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This article covers what payment to Jambour is for.
There are two types of payment:
The initial payment, hereafter referred to as the Development Payment is a
payment that is made for the work put in to building a website. This uses
the hourly development rate of £45 and pays the developer(s) who have
constructed/developed the website.
Hosting and Maintenance Charges
The monthly payment, hereafter referred to as the Hosting and Maintenance Charges is a dual
payment that has two purposes. The first is the compulsory Hosting Charge that covers the price
to host on the server. This means that the website is on the world wide web and without the
payment the site would be taken down. The Maintenance Charge is a small charge made to ensure
that any changes required on the website can be carried out.
This payment normally is expected on the 20th day of the month.
Late payment as described in the original contract is, liable to removed.
The client has 15 days from the agreed payment date to pay the Jambour Digital
before the website is removed from public access. If the client does not pay by the 30th day
after the original payment date, the website is removed entirely.
To better explain this, read the following example:
Initial Payment : £20 due on 20th of November
Website removed from public access : 5th of December
Website removed entirely : 20th December
Cancellation of website
Cancellation of a website or service can be requested at any time. Unlike other web hosts, the client
only needs to pay for the remainder of the month they are in, not the year.