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  1. #1
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    How to order multiple years hosting in WHMCS ?

    Hi guys,
    How one can order 5 years hosting in WHMCS ?
    As per my knowledge, it is possible to do so but with domains only.

    Is it like, a person has to order again after paying previous years amount ?
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    5 years is currently not possible. 3 years is the maximum as of now.
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    Just checked on my WHMCS configuration and the only available options (tables) for hosting plan registrations/pricings are:

    One Time/Monthly, Quarterly, Semi-Annually, Annually, Biennially, Triennially (max of 3 years).
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