Features and Ease of Use
Constant Hosting offers a variety of dedicated server products featuring Intel processors and amazing uptime guarantees. Below are some of the features you get with their servers:
- 100% uptime guarantee
- 1000+ Gbps capacity and 100% network availability
- Tier 1 network providers
- Fast server deployment
- 24/7 hardware replacement
- 0% packet loss guarantee
Constant Hosting offers redundant data center facilities in areas where they can connect to major backbone internet providers to provide excellent speeds and uptime. Their primary data center in New Jersey has technicians on site as well as an extensive parts inventory that allows fast hardware replacement and installation.
If you know how to manage a server, you won’t have any problems using this product. This is for advanced users only, so beginners need to find a provider that offers shared hosting.
Pricing and Support
Constant Hosting offers nine basic setups all offering 10TB of bandwidth. Here’s a quick breakdown of the basic configurations.
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All servers are customizable including additional features such as:
- Additional hard drives
- RAID setup
- Operating system
- Control Panel
- Managed firewall
- DDoS Protection
- And more!
For the base configuration, Constant Hosting is cheaper than your standard provider. That’s because these servers provide only the basic features, and you’ll pay up once you start customizing your server. One thing I like about their service is that they offer month-to-month contracts. All plans come with a 14-day cancellation policy.
You’ll notice that Constant Hosting offers VPS services, but pay close attention. They are simply a reseller for VULTR and do not provide their own VPS packages.
Constant Hosting offers solid support that includes 24/7 live chat, toll-free phone support, email support, and online ticketing support. Note that their support only covers issues such as rebooting a server and emergency hardware replacement. If you’re looking for support on operating systems, mail servers, databases, or more, you’ll have to purchase a managed support plan.