When you get a brand new Linux shared website hosting, it is created on a server and the process normally takes some time, including the verification and processing of your transaction, which a lot of companies execute personally. When you buy a dedicated server, for example, the installation takes longer since the machine must be built, set up and tested in order to ensure that it will operate properly. That's why, numerous suppliers have a one-time fee in order to cover the time and efforts spent on your brand new account. The cost, which sometimes is high, is normally not displayed on the main page, yet you'll find it on your checkout or payment page, so you will not be aware of it before you have already gone through the whole signup process and you may even overlook it unless you pay close attention.