From Business to Enterprise bandwidth & possible site transition

I’ve got a client with a site that is receiving too much traffic and using too much bandwidth for the business plan (300k users and 400GB traffic). Have tried numerous ways to optimise bandwidth reduction but sheer volume of visitors is too much anyway. The lowest required upgrade by webflow is Enterprise Lite which is $15000 per year, paid yearly. Seeing that client has not monetised yet, I’d like to know if anyone has a suggestion or an experience moving site with all CMS items to another platform like Wordpress and with a hosting method that is less expensive or can be paid monthly? Current use is around 6-10TB bandwidth and 600k users per month but this might increase over time as site has only been running for a year.

I’m of course a webflow disciple and been getting everyone I know including my own company to move many sites to webflow, so know the downsides. But in this case I also feel responsible to consider all options on behalf of the client as paying a yearly fee up front does not seem feasible at this point.

I’ve found local hosting suppliers here in South Africa that looks like they can do enterprise level hosting with up to 50TB traffic per month for 125USDpm and am happy to support them but know it might come at a cost of performance and added development and work to export and reconnect the site to another type of CMS provider.

@nicgrobler - I am available for a discussion regarding your needs. I have enterprise level hosting experience, am an expert in WordPress and other CMS offerings as well and have performed some large migrations off Webflow.

PM me if you want to schedule a meeting.