CoreFly’s minimalist English-language website says nothing about when this host was established, but it joined Twitter in February 2019, so it looks like a relatively new host. Although it advertises shared hosting and web design services, at the time of this review, the website also shows this warning:
“HOSTING IS CURRENTLY NOT AVAILABLE: There are currently issues with server provider, so we are not able to provide our customer hosting at the moment.”
Features and Ease of Use
CoreFly’s website advertises three shared hosting plans and three web design plans. The shared hosting plans are described as including:
- cPanel control panel
- 99% uptime
- 5 GB to unlimited SSD storage
- 10 GB to unlimited bandwidth
- One to unlimited email accounts
- Up to unlimited subdomains
- One to unlimited databases
- One to unlimited FTP accounts
- SSL certificate
The plans are purported to be WordPress-ready, and you can also use the Softaculous installer to install other apps such as AbanteCart or Joomla. DDoS protection should protect you from distributed denial of service attacks.
Performance should be assured, thanks to SSD storage (which is far faster and more reliable than HDD storage) and a 1 Gbps uplink.
Pricing and Support
When you try to purchase a hosting plan, you’ll notice that the price in the cart is higher than the price on the product page. This may be merely academic because, as already alluded, the packages are not available for purchase:
If the hosting plans could be bought, you should be able to do so by paying with Bitcoins or Ethereum (both cryptocurrencies) or with euros via PayPal. And, allegedly, you’d get a 14-day money-back guarantee.
This host offers lifetime support via an online form, live chat, a ticket system, and a community forum. I was unable to join the forum or initiate a live chat. To make matters worse, my online form submission went unanswered. You’ll be similarly disappointed if you go looking for self-support resources.