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Hosting provider Crazy Domains is owned and operated by DreamScape Networks FZ-LLC, which is a part of DreamScape Networks group. The various location-specific Crazy Domains sites — CrazyDomains.in, CrazyDomains.co.uk, and CrazyDomains.com.au, and more — are essentially the same apart from the currency, and all appear to be in English.
Crazy Domains offers Linux and Windows shared hosting, WordPress hosting, VPS hosting, domain registration, web design, and online marketing.
Features and Ease of Use
Crazy Domains sells three Linux shared hosting packages and three Windows shared hosting packages that have different specifications but share the following features:
- Unlimited bandwidth
- 99.9% uptime guarantee
- Automatic regular backups
- Plesk (with all Windows plans)
- cPanel (with all Linux plans)
- DDoS protection
All Windows plans come with the user-friendly Plesk control panel to manage all aspects of your website. This includes a one-click installer that simplifies the installation of CMS and other apps such as WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, PrestaShop, Magento, and more.
The Linux plans, on the other hand, come with the cPanel control panel that has an even more user-friendly interface and the Softaculous installer. You can also manage your hosting remotely via SSH.
Pricing and Support
Compared with international market prices, and for all the features and specifications on offer, Crazy Domains has an affordable and easy-to-use pricing system. You can easily switch to different currencies, and you can pay with PayPal, WebMoney, AliPay, UnionPay, and Neteller.
Contract periods range from one year to ten years, with a very generous 60-day money-back guarantee to get you out if anything goes wrong within the first two months.
Customer support can be accessed via live chat (existing customers only), telephone, support ticket, and email. Unfortunately, my test support ticket received no response, so I was pleased to see a pretty comprehensive knowledge base that answered many of my questions.