If you get a brand new Linux cloud web hosting package, it's generated on a server and the entire process normally takes some time, in addition to the confirmation and processing of your payment, which many companies perform personally. When you buy a dedicated server, for example, the setup takes even longer since the unit must be built, set up and tested to ensure that it'll function effectively. Because of this, the majority of providers have a one-time charge so as to cover the time and efforts used on your brand new account. The fee, which sometimes is high, is generally not listed on the front page, but you'll find it on the checkout or payment page, so you will not be familiar with it before you've already completed the entire registration process and you can even overlook it if you don't pay attention.