Greek hosting provider Easylogic offers cloud web hosting, VPS hosting, domain registration, and website design. The company was founded back in 2002, and it operates two data centers in Greece. Easylogic’s well-organized and informative Greek-language website displays prices in euros.
Features and Ease of Use
The four cloud hosting packages — Static, Basic, Business, and Business Pro — vary in disk space, domains, monthly bandwidth, subdomains, and a few more things. However, they all have these features in common:
- SSD storage
- Free SSL certificate
- 99.995% uptime guarantee
- Automatic regular backups
- SSH access
- cPanel control panel
- One-click application installer
The cloud hosting packages are administered using the cPanel control panel that lets you take full control of all aspects of your website. Via its user-friendly interface, you can manage website files, FTP accounts, email accounts, domains, and more. SSH access means you can access your control panel from any device, anywhere in the world.
The included application installer helps you install CMS and other popular programs such as WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Magento, PrestaShop, TYPO3, and phpBB.
The CloudLinux platform ensures the fair allocation of resources, and it isolates you from the adverse effects of other hosted users.
Pricing and Support
Easylogic’s prices are affordable compared with the other players in the European and international markets. You can pay via PayPal, bank transfer, or credit/debit card on billing cycles from monthly to biennial. The 7-day money-back guarantee isn’t the most generous I’ve seen (since many hosts provide a 30-day refund window), but it does give you a little time to decide if this really is the right host for you.
You can contact Easylogic’s customer support team via live chat, telephone, email, or support ticket. However, live chat is almost always unavailable, and my exploratory email and support ticket submission both went unanswered. If you have to resort to self-support, and it looks like you will, then you can turn to the knowledge base that includes some video tutorials: