This host has servers in the U.S.A. and Israel, and its website — which is available in English and Hebrew — displays prices in Israeli new shekels.
Features and Ease of Use
ExtremeWeb Solutions offers three Linux shared hosting plans — Basic, Advance, and Business — that provide you with:
- 99.99% uptime
- cPanel control panel
- DDoS protection
- One-click application installer
- PHP support
The Basic plan, which is aimed at beginners with small, media-light websites, provides 4 GB disk storage, 10 GB bandwidth, 1 FTP account, and 5 MySQL databases. In the middle, the Advance plan provides 8 GB disk space, 15 GB bandwidth, 5 FTP accounts, and 10 MySQL databases. The biggest Business plan provides you with 20 GB disk space, 50 GB bandwidth, 50 FTP accounts, and 50 MySQL databases, which is still not enough for the biggest websites.
If you want even more resources, you’ll have to scale up to a VPS plan that provides up to 150 GB disk space, 3 CPU cores, and 6 GB RAM.
These plans offer you the main perks of the popular cPanel control panel, which allows you to manage all aspects of your hosting efficiently, and a one-click application installer for popular programs like WordPress, Drupal, and Joomla. Additionally, the business plan provides other available features such as basic SSL and free backups. You will also benefit from DDoS protection and enjoy a surprisingly high 99.99% uptime guarantee.
Pricing and Support
ExtremeWeb Solutions’ prices are pretty expensive for the limited hosting options and relatively bare-bones features. While there is a 30-day money-back guarantee, there is no free domain.
Self-support resources are disappointing since the knowledge base is bare. And although the support team should be contactable by telephone, ticket, email, WhatsApp, or live chat, I found that the ticket and live chat channels were unresponsive: