Web hosting company iIT Host is based in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Although its website doesn’t say when the business began, it’s been posting on Facebook and Twitter since late 2017. This company claims to be run by proficient professionals, and it claims that its servers — which are colocated in Europe, the U.S.A., and Asia — are the best in the industry.
Whether you want shared web hosting, cPanel reseller hosting, Linux or Windows VPS, or dedicated servers, you can find it all at iIT Host, along with domain services and web design solutions.
iIT Host’s website is in English.
Features and Ease of Use
iIT Host offers multiple plans for each of its hosting types, including some hosting plans with a free domain. Its annual web hosting plans provide you with:
- 99.9% guaranteed uptime
- 1 GB to 100 GB SSD disk space
- Unlimited monthly bandwidth
- Unlimited MySQL databases and email accounts
- Free SSL certificate
- Unlimited addon domains and subdomains
- Multi PHP versions
- Freely weekly backups
You can easily create your website with the free SiteBuilder, even if you have no web design experience. Alternatively, you can install several content management and other apps via the Softaculous installer. The R1Soft remote backups provide robust and continuous data protection, and SSD storage provides improved performance and reliability (compared with traditional HDDs).
VPS and dedicated server plans give you root access for complete control over your server.
Pricing and Support
iIT Host’s shared hosting plans are cheap. You can pay for them in U.S. dollars or Bangladeshi taka via various methods, including PayPal, credit cards, Perfect Money, Skrill, Rocket (NexusPay), or bKash. There is a minimum annual commitment, but you can pay for up to three years in advance. If you’re worried about making such a commitment, you can take comfort from the 30-day money-back guarantee that should get you out sooner if anything goes wrong.
For self-support, there is a knowledge base and a set of tutorials on YouTube, and you can also get remote assistance via AnyDesk. If you don’t want to support yourself, 24/7 customer support can be summoned by telephone, ticket, email, or live chat. I received rapid responses via the live chat channel: