Gestion DBI - New Web Hosting Deals for Labor Day! Starting at $3.75/year!

Despite our small absence on this forum for some time, we are still well and truly present!

Following cPanel Saga… We decide to launch our new plans on DirectAdmin with some new benefits from our previous cPanel offering.

All our Hosting plans are eligible to a 50% off recurring discount.
Simply use the Promo code LABOR2019.
Please take note, all price below are in Canadian Dollars.


1 Domain Allowed
2 GB Storage
5 Email Accounts
2 MySQL Databases

Price: $10/year(~7.50USD)
Price with promo code: $5.00/year(~3.75USD)

Order link: Place new Order - Gestion DBI Inc.


5 Domain Allowed
10 GB Storage
15 Email Accounts
5 MySQL Databases

Price: $2.25/month (~1.69USD)
Price with promo code: $1.13/month (~0.85USD)

Order link: Place new Order - Gestion DBI Inc.


10 Domain Allowed
30 GB Storage
50 Email Accounts
10 MySQL Databases

Price: $4.50/month (~3.38USD)
Price with promo code: $2.25/month (~1.69USD)

Order link:

Take note, all our plans come with the following:

  • Montreal Based servers with DirectAdmin
  • Unlimited Subdomains, Unmetered Bandwidth
  • CloudLinux with PHP selector and Node.Js
  • Daily Backups with NVMe Disks
  • Enterprise DDoS Mitigation
  • Softaculous Auto Installer
  • Mailchannels Premium SMTP

Little FAQ

  • Resellers plans are available. Visit our Client Area to see packages or contact us for a quote.
  • Contact our Billing team for all promotion details.
  • Promotion can’t replace an existing service. Valid only on new orders.
  • Promotion expiration, Sept 6, 2019 or while supply last.
  • Must respect our AuP, ToS and Fair-Use Policy.
  • We accept Paypal, Credit Card, and Interac e-transfer (Canadian citizens only)
  • Support team available 24/7 in French and English.

Regards, David


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@MrPsycho If you prefer, can create a new promo code for you guys! Will be +50% by year :wink:


Is there any specific reason you’re happy to do loss-leader webinternets, but the NATernets go away?


If you find the price for a product launch too low, i’m sorry.
For LES, we run them at loss since the beginning, with lots of customers doing illegal things, no respect of the rules at all. This was time consuming for a product that didn’t bring us any cash flow, but required a staff member monitoring and working on those nodes multiples days by week.

Some decisions need to be make sometime… I will miss the LES family, but always ready to help one of his member.


Thank you for the concise explaination; I didn’t realize the resource use for this were so labor intensive. It just seemed odd that this service was also so cheap- nearly on-par price wise with other shared services.

Keep on keeping on!

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