This host’s professional Portuguese-language website displays prices in Brazilian reals.
Features and Ease of Use
There are four shared hosting plans, including one Cheap Website Hosting plan and three professional-level Website Hosting plans. The shared hosting plans have these features in common:
- Unlimited bandwidth
- Free domain on annual billing cycles (excluding the cheap hosting)
- Free SSL certificate on annual billing cycles (excluding the cheap hosting)
- 99.9% to 100% uptime guarantee
- Cron jobs
- Unlimited FTP accounts
- cPanel and Softaculous
Whether you opt for cheap hosting or one of the pro plans, you get the popular cPanel control panel that provides a user-friendly interface for managing all aspects of your hosting, including managing files, domains, FTP accounts, and email accounts. The included Softaculous installer helps you install a plethora of popular applications — such as WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, PrestaShop, Magento, phpBB, and TYPO3 — with a single click.
At the other end of the expertise spectrum, Cron jobs let you schedule tasks to run regularly without having to execute them manually every time.
For a small additional cost, you can benefit from the Cloudflare CDN that improves your international page loading speeds while protecting you from some kinds of cyberattacks.
Pricing and Support
Bravulink’s prices are affordable in comparison with international competitors, especially when it comes to its cheap hosting plan, and you can pay via various methods, including bank slips, online transfers, credit/debit cards, PayPal, and several cryptocurrencies.
While the cheap hosting plan must be billed on a semi-annual basis, the other hosting plans can be purchased on terms from monthly to triennial. Although there is no money-back guarantee (as far as I know), you do get a Seven-day free trial that allows you to try before you buy.
You should be able to contact this company via live chat, support ticket, or email, but I received no responses via any of the contact channels. Each of Bravulink’s services has its own set of service-specific frequently asked questions, and the Tutorials Page contains additional articles: