Are we planning on adding LetsEncrypt support?

We are often asked if we are planning on adding in support for LetsEncrypt SSL certificates as these are now getting much more publicity due to them being free of charge. This is not something that we are planning to offer, simply for the fact that we already offer free DV based certificates on all of our shared hosting accounts above the entry level ones and also all reseller accounts.

The Comodo DV based certificate that is offered currently provides much better coverage than the LetsEncrypt equivalent, including securing more domain names per hosting account.

For the above reasons, we are not intending on switching to LetsEncrypt as this would effectively be a downgrade for customers.
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