This vendor’s website doesn’t say when it was established, but I can tell you that it joined Twitter as recently as March 2019.
Features and Ease of Use
1onlinehost offers three shared hosting plans (which are available in the U.K., U.S.A., and Australia), 14 VPS plans (ten of which are OpenVZ and four of which are KVM), two semi-dedicated hosting plans, and 12 dedicated servers. The three unlimited shared hosting plans provide you with:
- A free domain for the life of your hosting
- Hepsia control panel
- One to unlimited hosted domains
- Unlimited storage and bandwidth
- PHP7/PHP5/PHP4 support
- Antivirus and spam protection
- Daily data backups
Unlimited resources mean you don’t need to worry about exceeding your data or traffic allowances.
You can create your website using the point-and-click website builder that includes 150+ web skins. Alternatively, you can use the one-click application installer to create a blog (e.g., with WordPress), a CMS-backed website (e.g., with Drupal), or an e-commerce store (e.g., with PrestaShop).
The hosting control panel provides advanced tools like Memcached and Varnish Cache, enhancing your website’s loading speeds. Virtual/dedicated servers also grant full root access, ensuring absolute control over your server. It’s important to note that the industry-standard 99.9% network uptime represents an average.
Pricing and Support
1onlinehost’s shared hosting plans are priced competitively, and you can pay for them annually in various currencies (GBP, EUR, USD, CAD, or AUD) by PayPal, wire transfer, or credit/debit card.
Prior to payment, you can take advantage of a 30-day free trial that is subject to some limitations (but you can upgrade to a paid plan at any time). Furthermore, a 30-day money-back guarantee allows you to get out early with a full refund (excluding domain fees) if you change your mind. SSL certificates come with a 7-day refund window.
Logged-in customers have access to self-support resources, including a knowledge base, some frequently asked questions, and video tutorials. If these don’t answer all your questions, you can summon 24/7 customer support via telephone, ticket, online contact form, email, or live chat. I got quick answers to my queries via the live chat channel: