Argentina-based Allytech has been offering web hosting solutions for more than 15 years, including web hosting, managed cloud VPS, domain name registration, web design and web development, and other I.T. services. Allytech’s website is available in Spanish.
Features and Ease of Use
Some of the features included in Allytech’s hosting packages are:
- cPanel control panel
- Linux or Windows operating systems
- Free setup
- PHP 7x, Perl support
- 99.9% uptime guarantee
- Antivirus, antispam
- Unlimited email accounts
- MySQL databases
- Web statistics
- Free Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate
Allytech uses enterprise infrastructure for its hosting solutions, for stability and improved performance. Its web hosting solutions run on Windows and Linux operating systems, and they come in three packages: Performance, Classic, and Express.
The Express starter package includes 12 GB disk space, 25 GB bandwidth, 1 domain, but no database support. The advanced Performance package includes 80 GB disk space, unlimited bandwidth, MySQL support, and 3 domains. Each web hosting package includes unlimited email accounts.
This firm deploys managed cloud VPS servers that operate on isolation protocol technology, which means resources are 100% dedicated to you and you don’t share them with other users’ resource-hungry websites. The cloud VPS is also flexible and scalable, so your website can grow as your business expands.
Allytech offers daily backups of data and files.
Pricing and Support
The pretty cheap hosting plans are priced in Argentine pesos with VAT included, and you can pay for plans on four billing cycles from monthly to yearly via various methods:
You get discounted prices for longer-term commitments, but you’ll need to take a leap of faith because there are no advertised free trials or money-back guarantees. But you do get a 99.9% uptime guarantee and free hosting setup. You can also create up to five aliases and redirects free of charge.
You can contact this company by telephone, ticket system, or email. A live chat feature is “coming soon” at the time of writing this review. Unfortunately, I received no reply when I emailed the support team, which wouldn’t be so bad if there was a worthwhile self-support knowledge base. But there isn’t.