Mexxus is a small hosting company that simply isn’t a match for big brands like Hostinger. The bigger hosting companies simply offer a better price for similar configuration.
Mexxus is not merely a web hosting company; it’s a media agency that specializes in a wide range of services such as website design, security solutions, A.I. applications, domain registration, online marketing, graphic design, and more. It was launched in Canada back in 1999, and its highly organized and attractive-looking website is available in English and French.
Features and Ease of Use
Mexxus offers two shared hosting plans: cPanel Web Hosting, and Plesk Web Hosting. They differ not only in the control panel, but in other aspects too. But first, we’ll consider the commonalities, which are:
- 100 GB disk space
- Free domain
- Spam filtering
- CMS app installer
- Automatic weekly backups
Whether you choose cPanel or Plesk hosting, the control panel provides a highly user-friendly interface that gives complete control over your website. For example, both panels let you choose your backup frequency. Both panels also allow you to choose between several built-in website builders that make it easy for you to create your website from scratch.
So, what about the differences? The cPanel plan comes with a free SSL certificate that you don’t get with the Plesk plan. Both plans provide a one-click CMS app installer, but whereas the Plesk installer is built into the panel, the cPanel plan includes the separate Softaculous installer. In all cases, you can install your preferred CMS (WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, PrestaShop, Magento, and more) with a single click.
Pricing and Support
As you may already have guessed, the cPanel plan is for Linux and the Plesk plan is for Windows, and (as usual) the Windows Plesk plan is the more expensive of the two. In fact, both plans are costly compared with the industry average, and many providers provide more features and resources at lower prices. On the plus side, you get a 30-day money-back guarantee when you subscribe to any of the plans, and you can pay by PayPal or credit/debit card.
You can contact the customer support team via ticket or telephone. Despite an advertised one-hour wait time, my two tickets within 24 hours received no replies. It’s fortunate, therefore, that I was able to find the information I needed in the knowledge base: