Network / Server Uptime Agreement
We at Just Host strive to offer the best in the industry for Network and Server uptime. Like all shared hosting companies from time to time, we experience downtime.
Server and Network uptime are dependent on a variety of issues, ranging from the activity by our clients, traffic to other sites, hardware failure, to issues like hard-drive failure and file corruption. Most issues are resolved in approximately 15 minutes. However, on extreme issues, it may take more than 15 minutes to resolve. In these extremely rare circumstances, the server may require additional time to resolve the issue. This can take several hours and in very rare cases as much as a day to get your server back up and running.
At any time, should you have questions or comments, you may contact us via Phone or Live Chat. We appreciate your business and look forward to a continued relationship of honesty and trust.
Just Host Management and Staff
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