Pricing Plans

Our shared hosting plan comes with special packages

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Starting At$1.99

Basic Plan

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Starting At$2.99

Plus Plan

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Starting At$3.99

Business Plan

Price Details

Select the shared hosting package that best suit your business

  • MySQL / PostgreSQL Database
  • Addon / Parked / Sub Domains
  • Private Nameserver
  • Domain Reseller Account
  • DNS Zone Editor
  • Custom Error Pages
  • PERL and PHP 5 Ready !
  • cPanel News Modification
  • Unlimited
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Services Included

Every web hosting plan comes with a 45 day money back guarantee, 99.9% uptime guarantee, and is fully guaranteed by the CEO himself. If you ever have a problem with the regular support, just submit a ticket and we will have it worked out before you know it.

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24/7/365 Support

Our dedicated expert are here to help you get real-time answers to your question by or chat

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45 Day Guarantee

Try us and love us, or get a refund and time. you're never locked into a contract and there are not hidden fees or gimmicks

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99.9% Uptime

The availability of your website is our top priority. We stand by that fact with our uptime guarantee!

General FAQ

The information below should be able to provide you a guide on shared hosting

Shared hosting is Web hosting in which the service provider serves pages for multiple Web sites, each having its own Internet domain name, from a single Web server. Most Web hosting companies provide shared hosting.
The most convenient way to transfer your website's files to your new web hosting account is through FTP. You can connect to your other hosting account and download the files locally. Then you should upload them to your hosting account's main folder (usually public_html, www or httpdocs).
First things first, you're going to need to get that page designed. Now you can do this by hand, or by a web page creator like CuteSITE Builder, Dreamweaver or FrontPage. This step is all up to you as the person or persons in charge of your site. Now that you've got a site, how do you get it online? There are several different ways of getting this done, but I'll discuss two with you. Upload via an FTP Client: You can upload your site's content with a variety of different FTP Clients out there. All you need to do is set your preferences, connect, and with some its as easy as just dragging your files from your desktop into the folder of your choosing. Upload via Cpanel's File Manager: You may have already noticed the link inside your Cpanel to a thing called "File Manager". What is it? Well, think of it as a web-based FTP Client. Instead of running something on your machine you can just click the link, and upload your content online. Yes, it really is that simple! When you login to a cpanel based hosting account (or FTP Client) for the first time, you'll probably end up noticing that the public_html and www directories have the same files in them and it will probably end up confusing you as to which one to use.