Although Extreme Solutions has a corporate website, it offers reseller hosting via its web-hosting-bd.com (Web Hosting Bangladesh) website.
Features and Ease of Use
Extreme Solutions offers Linux and Windows reseller hosting packages. The Linux Reseller Hosting comes with 50 GB storage, Apache, PHP, cPanel control panel, Softaculous installer, DDoS protection, and the WHM reseller panel. The Windows Reseller Hosting comes with 5 GB storage, MS SQL, ASP.NET, Crystal Reports, and MSP reseller panel.
Whether Linux or Windows, the reseller hosting packages feature:
- A free domain
- Website builder
- Unlimited bandwidth
- Unlimited MySQL databases
- Unlimited email addresses
- Private nameservers
- 24/7 support
I could not find any information about any backup services, so you might have to make your own provision for this.
Extreme Solutions utilizes ultra-fast, secure servers that feature the latest Intel/AMD processors, enterprise-level RAM, and enterprise-grade SSD caching technology. These servers are configured with redundant RAID 10 setups to ensure optimal page loading speeds. To create a faster hosting environment, the company has implemented a combination of proprietary software, hardware technologies, and advanced system administration techniques. High security and protection against common cyber attacks are provided through the use of firewalls.
Pricing and Support
Only annual prices are listed, in Bangladesh taka. Although Extreme Solutions’ prices appear to be expensive, keep in mind that these are reseller accounts that “allow you to create unlimited… websites under your own brand name.” The most common payment methods for Bangladeshi customers are bKash, Dutch Bangla Bank Limited, Rocket mobile.
New customers of this company get a 15-day money-back guarantee on all hosting solutions, and it also offers a 99.9% network uptime guarantee.
Extreme Solutions purports to provide 24/7 support via a website contact form, live chat, and email. In reality, I found that the live chat is usually (if not always) offline, and my email approach went unanswered.
There is no knowledge base for self-support, but there is a very limited list of FAQs: