EvxOnline is web hosting brand of French company Wevox, which has been in existence since 2008. With over a decade of experience, this vendor has hosted more than 2000 websites, registered almost 3000 domains, and provided more than 200 virtual servers.
EvxOnline’s servers are located in France, and its website is in French.
Features and Ease of Use
EvxOnline’s web hosting services include shared hosting, reseller hosting, domains, SSL, Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, and cloud VPS.
The shared hosting packages generally feature:
- Multiple databases
- Numerous mailboxes
- Multiple website hosting (except for the entry-level plan)
- SSD storage
- PHP support
- Unlimited subdomains
- Unlimited FTP accounts
- Daily backups
EvxOnline provides three personal web hosting plans that give you at least 15 GB SSD storage, two databases, and five mailboxes. The two professional web hosting plans provide you with 50 GB SSD storage, hosting for at least eight websites, eight databases, and at least forty mailboxes.
The web hosting packages feature free Let’s Encrypt SSL certificates that should improve your search ranking while giving your website customers more confidence. You manage your hosting via the popular Plesk control panel (in French) which also makes it easy for you to install CMS applications such as WordPress, Joomla, and PrestaShop.
Pricing and Support
EvxOnline’s web hosting plans are expensive after the first-year reductions. Discounts are available for students and various associations, and you can even try negotiating a better deal for your web agency. All plans require you to make an annual commitment, and you can pay by PayPal, credit card, check, or Evx Points.
In addition to the free Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate with all hosting plans, the premium plan provides you with a free domain (with extension .com, .net, .org, .biz, .into, .be, or .eu). Although backups are performed daily for free (and retained for a week), you have to pay a small charge to have one restored.
Customer support channels include telephone and Messenger options. You can also pay extra for premium support that supposedly provides support tickets and unparalleled responsive chats. Otherwise, you can try supporting yourself via the modestly populated Help Center or the community forum: