Dream Line IT Solution has been in business since 2007. It has offices and servers in the United States and Bangladesh, and additional servers in Germany. Its English-language website sells shared hosting, virtual servers, dedicated servers, colocation services, and more.
Features and Ease of Use
Although this company concentrates on dedicated servers and colocation, it also offers some shared hosting plans that provide these features:
- 99.9% uptime guarantee
- Weekly/monthly automatic backups
- Five or ten addon domains
- 1,000 MB or 2,000 MB disk space
- Up to 60 GB monthly traffic
The included auto-installer supports more than 360 applications, including WordPress, Joomla, Magento, PrestaShop, and Drupal.
If shared hosting isn’t sufficient for your needs, you can instead choose a virtual server with better bandwidth, RAM, and storage. Or, go the whole way with a dedicated server and benefit from a DDoS protection system that absorbs attacks to ensure your server stays up. Although dedicated server customers don’t get backups for free, you can add this functionality at the checkout.
Operating system installation is free, and you can choose between CentOS, CloudLinux, Ubuntu, Fedora, VMware, XenServer, and various versions of Windows. Although installation is free, you’ll have to pay for the license (where applicable). Your choices of control panel — again, installed for free — include cPanel, Plesk, DirectAdmin, and WHMCS.
Pricing and Support
Dream Line IT Solution’s annual shared hosting prices are affordable. On the other hand, the monthly VPS prices are reasonable for the features on offer. The dedicated server costs are in line with competitors, and you can pay monthly or yearly. You can pay via a plethora of payment methods that include PayPal, Moneybookers (now Skrill), bank payments, bKash, Rocket, Nexus Card, checks, or credit/debit cards.
For self-support, there’s a reasonably well-stocked knowledge base. If this doesn’t answer your questions, you can contact the customer support team by Skype, email, ticket, telephone (for emergencies only), or live chat (ditto). The average response time is ten minutes, and indeed, my exploratory email received a reply almost immediately: