Features and Ease of Use
Although its website advertises three student web hosting plans and thee developer hosting plans, the student hosting plans are not actually available for purchase, but they’re replaced in the store pages by three basic hosting plans for static sites.
The three “Basic Hosting for Small Static Sites” packages provide you with:
- One hosted domain
- cPanel control panel
- 1 GB to 5 GB SSD storage
- 5 GB to 15 GB monthly bandwidth
- 2 to 5 email addresses
- 1 to 5 FTP accounts
- 1 to 5 databases
- Free SSL certificate
You can create your website using either the drag-and-drop website builder (which means you don’t have to be a web design expert) or the one-click software installer (which could help you set up a CMS-backed website).
Once your website is up-and-running, you can secure it with a free SSL certificate, and your data is protected by the JetBackup backups that are accessible from the cPanel control panel.
High performance is assured by the use of LiteSpeed and SSD storage, and (at the time of this review) I’m pleased to report 100% uptime for the previous 30 days.
Pricing and Support
InityHost’s shared hosting plans are dirt-cheap. You can pay for them in Indian rupees by PayPal (on request) or Paytm on monthly to annual billing cycles (depending on the plan). It’s somewhat disappointing that the seven-day money-back guarantee gives you only a week to decide if this really is the right host for you.
Although its knowledge base is bare, you can contact InityHost’s customer support team by ticket, email, contact form, or live chat. I got quick answers to my questions via the live chat channel: