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  1. #1
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    Mar 2007
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    Question ModernBill, Zend or IonCube?

    Hello,

    As I can't afford a WHMCS license and don't like ClientExec or WHMAutopilot I want to test ModernBill.

    Can ModernBill run with CPanel accounts?

    Here I can see two versions:

    http://www.modernbill.com/download/

    I suppose my current host supports both. But, which version do you recommend?

    Thank you!
    Last edited by ArtGoddess; 06-21-2009 at 09:16 AM. Reason: CPanel

  2. #2
    If you have less than 10 clients, modern bill is free.

    If you have more than 10 clients, better go with WHMCS as it cost you only $18.95 per Month for unlimited clients. Modernbill will cost you $24.95 per month for upto 50 clients, $49.95 per month for 1000 clients.

    ModernBill works with cpanel. I will got with Zend.

  3. #3
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    It doesn't really matter either way. It's just decoding hashed php on a low volume application, the differences between the two would be negligible.

    When I dealt with ModernBill back in the day, it had really good cPanel support. However now that Parallels has it it's really hard to tell. =\

  4. #4
    Quote Originally Posted by moonwizard View Post
    Hello,

    As I can't afford a WHMCS license and don't like ClientExec or WHMAutopilot I want to test ModernBill.

    Can ModernBill run with CPanel accounts?

    Here I can see two versions:

    http://www.modernbill.com/download/

    I suppose my current host supports both. But, which version do you recommend?

    Thank you!
    Are you aware of some new ModernBill pricing I am not aware of. Last time I checked, WHMCS is 13.95 for a branded unlimited version, and ModernBill starts out at $24.95

    www.licensepal.com

    EDIT: WHMCS is 12.95 with licensepal....If you cannot afford $12.95 and are wishing to get into hosting, you may wish to rethink your business plan.

  5. #5
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    Mar 2007
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    Thank you flashwebhost, yes, for me it's cheaper because I have less than 10 accounts, but seems that nobody in this forum likes modernbill...

  6. #6
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    Sorry, haven't read the rest of your opinions... In my case will be free, but I have noticed that there are no updated translations.

    Also I have installed finally Zend. Seems to consume less resources.

    Aquarius, for less than 10 accounts, even $13 per month is expensive.... :-(

  7. #7
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    If you can't afford $13 per month with 10 accounts, you're not charging enough!

    ModernBill is very hard to use compared to WHMCS, you'll waste a lot of time with it.

  8. #8
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    People still use Modernbill?
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