Does normal CDN include ANY datacenters in Asia and Oceania?
If not, then this page https://webflow.com/hosting is misleading because it illustrates 20 servers/datacenters in Asia and Oceania, and it doesn't differentiate between normal CDN and Global CDN.
The hosting pricing on https://webflow.com/pricing/one-site is ambiguous. The difference in tool tip text on Global CDN versus CDN is "no matter where they are". On a side note, this text is offensive as it implies Asia and Oceania are not part of the 'normal' world wide web.
This page https://help.webflow.com/article/whats-the-difference-between-basic-and-cms-hosting adds to the confusion with the wording "Business Hosting offers ten free collaborators, plus a Global CDN with extra datacenters in Asia and Oceania to provide faster page loads for global audiences." This word "extra" could mean 'in addition to the standard datacenters in Asia and Oceania', or it could mean 'datacenters in Asia and Oceania are only included in Global CDN'.
If the difference between the two is the existence of CDN datacenters in Asia and Oceania, then it means Webflow hosting is not really intended for users in Asia and Oceania.
Hope someone can clarify please? This is important for customers in Asia and Oceania, especially those (the majority?) whose websites are targeted mainly at local audiences - we don't need Europe and US CDN, but we certainly do need CDN in Asia and Oceania. And it would be ridiculous to expect us to pay an extra $20-$25 per month for Business Hosting to have this essential feature. As an end user, static page load speed is the main reason why I would use Webflow instead of WordPress.