Although Digital Hosting’s English-language website isn’t clear about where it’s located, and none of its social media pages are working (so I can’t cross-check), I can tell you that this host has a presence in multiple countries. It offers shared hosting, virtual servers, dedicated servers, domain services, and more.
Features and Ease of Use
According to its product pages, Digital Hosting offers six shared hosting packages, seven VPS packages, and 24 dedicated server solutions across four locations. The problem is that none of these packages apart from the dedicated servers are available in the cart (which displays different packages).
According to the information on the product pages, Digital Hosting’s shared hosting packages provide you with:
- 99.9% uptime guarantee
- 10 GB to 100 GB space
- 100 GB to 1 TB bandwidth
- cPanel control panel
- 10 to 50 email accounts
- 2 to 50 MySQL databases
- PHP, Perl, Python, Apache
Hosting packages include the Softaculous one-click installer that helps you install a large number of applications without requiring too much technical knowledge. And if you’re new to building a web presence, you can use the free website builder to create a professional-looking website without having to code it.
All hosting packages also include DDoS protection to detect and mitigate malicious attacks.
Virtual servers can be managed via the minimalist Vesta control panel, and dedicated servers come equipped with ECC RAM that guards against data corruption.
Pricing and Support
The shared hosting packages are priced higher than average, and you can pay in euros on monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, or annual terms. Although various payment methods are advertised — PayPal, credit card, Skrill, and bank transfer — only PayPal was offered in the cart.
To clarify this or anything else, you should be able to contact Digital Hosting’s 24/7 support team by telephone, email, live chat, or a ticket system. Or Skype if you have paid for the server management service. I was unable to summon support by ticket or the live chat channel, which could be because I’m merely a pre-sales prospect customer.
If you have to resort to self-support, you’ll be disappointed to see that the knowledge base is bare: