Peruvian hosting provider DWeb.com.pe has a diverse set of customers, including individual bloggers, startups, SMEs, large firms, and non-profits. They all depend on this provider for their domains, hosting, and emails.
This is not the only hosting provider named DWeb, so make sure you go to the right place for its Spanish-language website.
Features and Ease of Use
DWeb’s hosting plans provide the following features:
- Unlimited FTP
- Free SSL certificate
- FTP access
- Unlimited email accounts
- Unlimited subdomains
- Unmetered bandwidth
You administer your hosting using the cPanel control panel that comes with the Softaculous installer for apps such as WordPress, PrestaShop, phpBB, and more. Since generic shared hosting isn’t always the best bet for hosting web applications, DWeb also provides a set of application-specific hosting plans for WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Magento, and more. These are fully optimized and come with guaranteed resources.
Account and server security is top-notch, with different protection at different levels. The firewall protects your hardware, anti-spam protects your emails, and the web protection firewall and network intrusion detection prevent malware from infecting your websites or apps.
DWeb uses enterprise-grade hardware and the latest Xeon processors connected to multiple redundant connections. Its SSD storage is ten times faster and more reliable than HDDs, and reliability is further improved by the use of RAID 10 replication. All plans are backed by an industry-average 99.9% uptime guarantee.
Pricing and Support
New customers can choose from three plans each with three billing cycles — monthly, annual, and biennial — with lower prices for the longer terms. All plans include SSL, unlimited transfer bandwidth, and FTP accounts. An annual commitment also afford you a free .com domain for a year.
DWeb’s four support channels provide several options for summoning support. Although the live chat is via Whatsapp, which isn’t my favorite, it does work. You can also call support 24/7, or raise a ticket. Since the FAQ knowledgebase contains only six articles, I can’t advise you to look for answers there.