Linuxpl was established as a web hosting provider in Poland in December 2001. It has since grown to serve customers not only in its native Poland, but also in the United States, Europe, and Asia.
With high-quality servers in North America and Europe hosting more than 13,000 domains, Linuxpl is something of a web hosting giant, and its own website is in Polish.
Features and Ease of Use
Once translated into English (because I don’t speak Polish), Linuxpl’s website was easy to navigate. It was also easy to determine that this provider’s hosting plans come with the following features:
- Cron tasks
- Mail by SSL/TLS
- ionCube PHP Loader
- PHP 5.2-7.3
- CGI service
- Faster page loading
- Large disk space
- Shared hosting plan
- DirectAdmin control panel
- SSH console.
Beginners will benefit from the quick install tool for CMS software such as WordPress and Joomla, which makes it easy to build a professional website. The wide range of PHP interpreters is a plus since they offer compatibility for the aforementioned scripts. Servers are also equipped with the SSH console.
Linuxpl operates high-performance servers that meet applicable security standards, and some of the hosting packages include over 200GB SSD, sufficient mail storage and unmetered bandwidth.
Databases are usually saved to two hard drives for security, and a copy of the database is made available to each user every two weeks on request.
Pricing and Support
I took some time to carefully consider the prices of the hosting packages, and I can conclude that they are relatively cost-effective. While the shared Linux packages can be renewed every month, the SSL packages are reactivated once every year.
New customers should note that there is a 14-day free trial during which all the aforementioned features are active, which gives you a little time to truly try before you buy.
When it comes to customer support, Linuxpl’s typical response time of “10-15 minutes” is actually a little longer than 30 minutes. The support section of this vendor’s website also includes a knowledge base to help you support yourself.