True to its name, Anonymously is an anonymous offshore web hosting provider with a decade of experience. It seemingly takes privacy and anonymity so seriously that it doesn’t even share information about its infrastructure or its physical location, but it does state that it has servers in the Netherlands.
While it won’t appeal to everyone, this provider’s dark-themed but otherwise attractive English language website reflects its ethos.
Features and Ease of Use
Anonymously offers several subscriptions for a number of web hosting solutions such as shared hosting, VPS, and dedicated server hosting.
Its shared hosting plans come with the following standard features:
- SSD disk storage
- 99.99% uptime guarantee
- One-click app installer
- Dedicated IP
- Automatic backup
- FTP access
The four shared hosting plans provide between 512 MB and 4096 MB RAM, 50 GB to 1000 GB bandwidth, 10 GB to 50 GB SSD storage, and 10 to 80 MySQL databases.
Although Anonymously proudly states that it ignores the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), which should please the target audience, it does publish a long list of prohibited activities, and it reserves the right to terminate or suspend accounts without notice in cases of violation.
Anonymous allows full root access for its VPS and dedicated server plans, and it offers (free and pay-for) website migration services with no downtime.
Pricing and Support
Subscribing relatively anonymously to Anonymously is very easy since all you need is a valid email address. And to further assure your anonymity, you can only pay by cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin.
The four affordable shared hosting packages are activated immediately, and you get a 30-day money-back guarantee that gives you a potential “get out” if you’re not entirely happy within the first month.
Anonymously advertises 24/7 live chat support, but the live chat wasn’t live at all during the week that I attempted to establish contact. Unfortunately, I received no responses when I left offline messages and tried to contact the company by email instead. Equally unfortunately, there is no knowledge base or FAQ page to help you support yourself.