According to its Facebook page, DIGITECK Digital Technologies was established in August 2012, but it began providing a full range of internet marketing services in 2013. From developing your website and mobile apps to converting visitors into customers, DIGITECK can do it all (as well as offering hosting).
To actually purchase hosting plans, you are redirected to another domain (hostgear.in), which is still branded as DIGITECK. Both websites are in English.
Features and Ease of Use
DIGITECK offers 10 Linux shared hosting plans (four American, four British, and four Indian), 9 Windows shared hosting plans (three each in India, the U.K., and the U.S.A.), 8 WordPress hosting plans, 24 reseller hosting plans (12 each for Linux and Windows), 8 Linux KVM VPS, 4 managed dedicated servers (which are configurable), and 12 unmanaged dedicated servers.
The four Linux shared hosting plans in the U.S.A. provide you with:
- cPanel control panel
- One to unlimited hosted domains
- 1 GB to unlimited disk space
- 10 GB to unmetered data transfer
- Unlimited email accounts
These hosting plans provide a one-click app installer, which you can use to easily install several popular programs such as WordPress, Joomla, Zen Cart, and Drupal. As an alternative to a CMS-backed website, you can choose from two drag-and-drop website builders: the well-known Weebly website builder, and another one which comes with 175 themes and 85,000 images.
The Varnish Cache improves hosting performance, and dedicated servers are RAID 1 enabled, to guard against potential disk data disasters. You get a 99.9% uptime guarantee, which is around the industry average.
Pricing and Support
DIGITECK’s shared hosting plans are competitively priced. You can pay in a range of currencies on a quarterly, annual, or biennial billing cycle, and there is a 30-day money-back guarantee to make you feel better about a long billing term (because you could get out early).
You should be able to contact this company’s 24/7 customer support team by telephone, email, live chat, or an online contact form. I say “should” because the live chat was unavailable when I wanted to try it, and my contact form submission went unanswered. You might have more success supporting yourself via the extensive knowledge base: