EURONET is a Croatian hosting company that shouldn’t be confused with other companies with the same name (of which there are a few). Although EURONET’s website doesn’t say when the company started its journey, its Facebook page suggests it has been in business since at least 2012. Its website supports the Croatian language.
Features and Ease of Use
EURONET’s offerings include four shared hosting packages, four VPS packages, and four reseller hosting packages. While the VPS plans couldn’t be purchased at the time of this review, the shared hosting plans provide you with:
- 99.5% availability guarantee
- 2 GB to 15 GB storage space
- cPanel control panel
- 5 to 50 FTP users
- Unlimited email addresses
- Free SSL certificate
- Hotlink protection
The AWStats web analyzer helps you understand your visitors, page hits, and much more, so you can improve your site’s performance. Cron jobs provide a time-based scheduler so that you can set up scripts to run at regular intervals rather than having to execute them manually every time.
If you’re not a website designer or developer, you can call on this company’s web design service, so you can get an e-commerce store or similar site tailored to your specific needs.
VPS packages use KVM virtualization for superior stability, performance, and reliability.
Pricing and Support
EURONET’s shared hosting packages are pricey. While you could get the two lowest packages at a 50% discount at the time of this review, the discounted prices are still higher than average. You can pay for plans on a semi-annual, annual, or biennial basis, with discounted pricing also available if you opt for annual or biennial billing. However, not all billing cycles apply to all plans.
Reseller packages can be bought on a monthly billing cycle, but you get a discount for a semi-annual sign-up.
Pay for plans in euros or Croatian kuna by bank transfer or PayPal. The 30-day money-back guarantee gives you a month to get out if anything goes wrong.
Although you can contact the customer support team by telephone, fax, email, or online contact form, my form submission seemed to fall on deaf ears. If you have to resort to self-support, you’ll find that the knowledge base contains only ten entries: