Indian web hosting provider HostMaza offers low-cost website services to individuals and companies in India and around the world. According to its Facebook page, HostMaza was established in 2011, so it’s been around for a few years. Its services include shared web hosting, cloud hosting, reseller hosting, and domain name services.
Features and Ease of Use
HostMaza’s low-price web hosting solutions include these features as standard:
- PHP version selector
- Website builder
- Latest WHM/cPanel control panel
- FTP access
- MySQL databases
- Softaculous one-click installer
- Free SSL certificates
- SEO tools
I was particularly intrigued by this host’s unlimited hosting package that supposedly includes unlimited SSD storage, monthly bandwidth, email accounts, FTP accounts, and databases.
Shared hosting servers sit in Indian and American data centers, and cloud hosting servers sit in Singapore. The servers use SSD storage that is far faster and more reliable than traditional HDD storage, and they run either Windows or the CloudLinux operating system.
The Cloudflare CDN caches content to improve international page loading speeds while protecting you against some kinds of cyberattacks. SEO tools help you promote your website, and the “white label” program lets resellers rebrand this provider’s hosting services as their own.
Most of the hosting solutions include daily backup services and backup management tools, and you get a 99.9% uptime guarantee.
Pricing and Support
HostMaza’s allusion to “The Lowest and Cheapest Price Hosting In India” (its words) seems to be supported by its low-price hosting plans.
Although some hosting plans can be bought on monthly terms in Indian rupees, others require you to sign up for at least a year. If you’re unsatisfied with the services, you can request a refund within 15 days, which is half the time afforded by other web hosts.
Self-support isn’t this host’s strong suit since its knowledge base is bare. Therefore, you’ll probably have to summon one-to-one support by telephone, ticket, email, live chat, or Facebook Messenger. The good news is that my exploratory email elicited a response within an hour: