Budapest-based Domain Regisztracio Kft (Domain Registration Ltd) is a Hungarian internet services company that offers web hosting and VPS along with domain registration, website analysis, website development, content management, website maintenance, and administration services.
This provider’s poorly-designed Hungarian-language website doesn’t give much away about the company itself or when it was founded, but the website copyright notice is dated 2015, and the company started posting on Facebook in February 2016.
Features and Ease of Use
Domain Registration offers five web hosting plans — Correspondent, Mini, Start, Master, and Guru — which provide these features:
- One to unlimited hosted domains
- 100 MB to 10 GB storage
- Unlimited monthly data traffic
- Five to unlimited email accounts
- Optional SSL certificates (free on the Guru plan)
- Unlimited subdomains
- PHP, Python, and MySQL (except for the Mini plan)
- Webmail and MyAdmin interface
- Unlimited FTP
- Cron jobs (on the three higher plans)
The four highest plans allow you to run CMS systems such as WordPress or Joomla, or e-commerce solutions such as OpenCart or PrestaShop. The three highest plans let you create Cron jobs (to schedule tasks) and use .htaccess (to control your web server’s directories).
Domain Registration provides a 97% uptime guarantee, which is substantially below the industry average, and you get weekly backups to help protect your valuable data.
Pricing and Support
Domain Registration’s web hosting plans are cheap, but you only get starting storage of 100 MB. Annual plans are payable in Hungarian forints, but some other plans can be paid for using U.S. dollars.
Although you can pay by bank transfer, the sign-up process isn’t simple. You have to download a form, fill it out, send it in, and then wait for a printed invoice to arrive before your services can be activated. There is no money-back guarantee.
You can contact this company’s customer support team via telephone or email. I never received an email response, but I did manage to summon some pre-sales support via Facebook Messenger:
You can also get remote assistance via TeamViewer and AnyDesk, or seek self-support on the FAQ page.