HoppyHosting offers a broad range of solutions that include shared hosting, virtual servers, dedicated servers, cloud hosting, reseller hosting, managed servers, domain solutions, and SSL certificates.
Features and Ease of Use
HoppyHosting offers four shared hosting plans, eight Linux VPS packages, three cloud hosting packages, 12 dedicated server packages, and 21 reseller hosting packages (of which, four are Windows rather than Linux).
Note that the website product pages don’t list all the dedicated server and reseller hosting packages that are available in the separate store pages, and some of the specifications differ between the two sources.
As described on the store (shopping cart) pages, the shared hosting packages provide:
- SLA-backed 99.99% uptime guarantee
- 1 GB to 10 GB storage space
- 10 GB to 100 GB bandwidth
- 1 to unlimited hosted domains
- cPanel control panel
- Unlimited email accounts
You can create your website with the Weebly website builder that helps you build a professional web presence without having to be a professional web designer or developer. You also get a one-click installer to help you create a CMS-backed website with WordPress or an e-commerce store with PrestaShop (for example).
Once your website is up-and-running, you can secure it with SiteLock, and the website statistics will give you useful insights into your visitors.
Pricing and Support
HoppyHosting’s prices are considerably lower than the average, and new customers could get a 60% discount at the time of this review. The low prices advertised on the website product pages are for triennial billing; other billing cycles are monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, annual, and biennial. If you do sign up for a long stretch, the 30-day money-back guarantee should get you out early if anything goes wrong.
You have to pay for plans in U.S. dollars via PayPal, but this presumably opens up the possibility of paying in your home currency (subject to exchange rates) using your credit card.
Contact HoppyHosting’s customer support team by submitting a support ticket or initiating a live chat. The bad news is that my pre-sales support requests were ignored. The good news is that the comprehensive knowledge base goes some way to making up for it: