Iranian hosting provider Doris Hosting was founded relatively recently in 2013, and it boasts about having around 10,000 happy customers and 4,000 registered domains. It offers shared hosting, virtual servers, dedicated servers, and domain registration services.
Doris Hosting’s modern Persian-language website contains a fair amount of information about the provider’s products, and it displays prices in Iranian rials.
Features and Ease of Use
Doris Hosting offers two location-based hosting types comprising seven French hosting plans and six Iranian hosting plans. You can look forward to benefiting from these features and resources:
- 99.9% uptime guarantee
- 1 GB to unlimited bandwidth
- Unlimited parked domains
- 5 MB to 100 GB disk space
- 2 to 15 addon domains
The bare-bones resources don’t stand out, and the limited disk space — particularly on the Iranian plans — makes it only really suitable for beginners, casual bloggers, and small websites. The 99.9% uptime guarantee is also merely mediocre.
On the plus side, the CloudLinux operating system helps isolate you from the effects of other hosted users, so you should be sure of the resources you signed up for.
If shared hosting isn’t sufficient for your needs, you can instead opt for one of the French, Iranian, or Canadian SAS or SSD VPS packages that come with DDR4 RAM, the latest version of VMware ESXi, and the vCenter panel.
Pricing and Support
Doris Hosting’s prices are low compared with the international average price, with some plans costing less than a dollar per month. You can choose to be billed monthly or annually, and the 30-day money-back guarantee gives you the chance to get out early if you’re not entirely satisfied.
You can contact customer services via various channels: telephone, ticket, email, or live chat (via Telegram). My attempt to contact customer services was unsuccessful.
Self-support resources consist of a blog, a small set of frequently asked questions, and a sparsely populated training center: