iNETsolutions.de is fine, but fine is not good enough. While iNETsolutions.de is a decent web host, you can get better quality hosting at a cheaper price with Hostinger, for example.
When it was founded in 2005, German hosting company iNETsolutions.de only offered an email service. Today, its products include all types of web hosting, dedicated servers, and domain registration. This vendor’s well-organized website is available only in German.
Features and Ease of Use
iNETsolutions’ hosting products can be customized to better meet your requirements, but some of the standard features you will get are:
- SSD storage
- Website builder
- SSL certificates (at additional cost)
- Daily backups
- Free migration
- 99.9%+ uptime guarantee
All hosting packages come with the drag-and-drop “Homepage Building Kit” website builder which allows you to build your professional-looking website from scratch without web design or development knowledge. The hosting packages are also “application ready,” which means you can almost instantly install web applications such as WordPress, Joomla, and the Typo3 open-source CMS.
Pricing and Support
Rather than providing fixed packages with a fixed set of features, iNETsolutions.de adopts a modular approach that allows you to configure your perfect hosting package via the various feature selectors and resource sliders of the online configurator:
Prices are acceptable, and you won’t be stuck with features or resources you don’t really need. The online order form assures you that you can be billed monthly or annually in arrears, or as they put it, “With us, first the performance, then the bill.”
There is also an uptime compensation plan that pays out various percentages if the actual uptime falls below the promised levels.
Things were going pretty well with this vendor until I contacted customer support. Although I received a rapid response to my support ticket, the support agent’s curt comment simply said, “Sorry we do not have an offer for you.”
Although there is a knowledge base / FAQ section with a few tutorials, it doesn’t do much to answer my questions. So it seems the only way I can hope to have my questions appropriately answered is to call the German support telephone number.