Misterhost.NET is a relatively new web hosting company from Austria that was founded in 2013 and owned by Zoti Media Group. It specializes in shared hosting, reseller hosting, and domain registration. Even though it also offers VPS hosting, but it’s currently unavailable. The website, at first look, is very neatly-designed and available in English.
Features and Ease of Use
Misterhost.NET offers two shared hosting categories for business and personal use. Both share a wide range of similar features such as:
- Free SSL certificates
- Free domain
- Unlimited SSD storage
- Unlimited bandwidth
- DDoS protection
- Malware protection
- 99.9% uptime guarantee
All shared hosting plans come with CloudFlare CDN to enhance the website’s accessibility, security, and overall performance. It can easily be activated with a single mouse click and you can choose to either rely on it or on the free SSL for security.
You can also create your personalized backup timing through the control panel and manage how frequently your website’s information is backed up.
Pricing and Support
As previously mentioned, there are two types of shared hosting services offered by Misterhost.NET: Unlimited Hosting and Business Hosting. Each type is offered through three different price plans: Basic, Classic, and Premium. The only difference between the plans is the number of websites available. With the Premium plans comes unlimited websites. Considering all the features that come with the plans, and in comparison with the average market, prices are quite cheap.
With all plans you can choose to be billed monthly, quarterly, semi-annually, annually, biennially, or triennially. When you first subscribe there’s a 30-day money-back guarantee period and you can make a payment by credit card or PayPal.
Sadly, the Misterhost.NET’s support is not as good as their features and plans. First off there isn’t a clear knowledgebase section, except for a few F.A.Q.’s and a few video tutorials. Most of my questions weren’t answered there and when I went on to contact customer support I had no luck. The only two ways available to contact them was support ticket and phone. I submitted a ticket and it’s been more than 24 hours and still no response. Phoning the company isn’t always the best method of communication as some customers might be outside of Austria hence calling the company for them would be highly costly.