AzeHosting is fine, but fine is not good enough. While AzeHosting is a decent web host, you can get better quality hosting at a cheaper price with Hostinger, for example.
Since starting out in 2010, AzeHosting has offered many different types of hosting services to clients with varied needs. The Danish team aims to provide services at affordable prices without compromising quality, and to go the extra mile to provide personalized support services.
While AzeHosting’s website is in Danish, its support team also speaks English.
Features and Ease of Use
AzeHosting offers different Linux hosting services to satisfy the diverse requirements of its clients. These include eleven Linux hosting packages and ten reseller hosting packages. The Linux hosting packages provide you with:
- Up to 99.70% uptime guarantee
- cPanel control panel
- LiteSpeed Web Server
- 30 GB to 200 GB disk space
- 2 GB to 14 GB RAM
- Unlimited monthly traffic
- 1,024 MB to 10,240 MB PHP memory
- One primary domain
- Unlimited FTP accounts
- Unlimited MySQL databases with phpMyAdmin
- Free SSL
- FTP and SFTP access
- Antivirus and antispam
- Daily backups (one to four times)
To manage your hosting, you get the cPanel control panel with the latest “Paper Lantern” theme. This comes with a one-click installer for several CMS, e-commerce, and other apps such as WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, and PrestaShop.
At the more expert end of the spectrum, you can access your hosting securely via SSH, and schedule scripts via Cron jobs to save you having to execute them manually every time.
Pricing and Support
AzeHosting’s hosting packages are affordably priced. You can pay for them in Danish krone by bank transfer, EAN invoice, or credit card on annual, biennial, or triennial billing cycles. The minimum yearly term might not sound so bad when you consider that your hosting account comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee, but you have to state your case to the support team to cash in.
The “Support articles” section of AzeHosting’s website is a knowledge base in all but name, and a well-stocked one at that. You can summon one-to-one support via email or support ticket, and I’m pleased to say that I received a rapid reply to my test ticket: