The hosting company has been around since 2011. Today, it boasts of hosting more than 200,000 websites, 45,000+ registered domain names, and serving over 27,000 clients, not only in the local market but internationally, as well.
Features and Ease of Use
india hosting daddy’s web hosting solutions are offered with plenty of tools to suit even advanced users. As standard, you get:
- One-click app installer with 100+ scripts
- Free domain name
- OS: Windows or Linux distributions
- Free SSL certificates
- 24/7 customer support
- IP dedicated addresses
- Easy-to-use control panel
- Unlimited databases
- Free site builder
Unlike other web hosting vendors in the market, india hosting daddy offers both Windows-based and Linux-based shared web hosting plans. Linux web hosting solutions are the most popular and you can choose from four packages: Basic Plan, Standard Plan, Advance Plan, and Unlimited Plan.
While all of the other packages come with a good mix of features, my attention was particularly focused on the Unlimited Plan, which comes with everything “unlimited”, including unlimited disk space and bandwidth. However, customers would be advised to inquire more about the package just to make sure that the hosts’ definition of “unlimited” matches yours.
Each hosting account includes a free SSL certificate for the encryption of your website account, but you’ll have to perform backups yourself (you can outsource backup plans from other hosts) since this vendor does not offer backup services.
Pricing and Support
india hosting daddy has cheaply priced web hosting packages that seem to have good value for money. You can pay in Indian rupees, but the month-to-month pricing is quite misleading given that during checkout, you can only commit to long-term contracts starting annually.
The uptime score is 99.9% for reliability but if you’re not happy with its service, the vendor offers a 30-day money-back guarantee.
To contact its technical support staff, potential clients can reach out via telephone, email, ticketing system, or online chat.
Users can also follow them on their social media accounts, like Facebook and Twitter, for more updates since the vendor does not seem to have self-support resources.