Malaysian host Myduniahosting offers shared hosting, WordPress hosting, DNS hosting, email hosting, VPS hosting, dedicated servers, and domain registration. It has been serving small companies to large corporations since 2008.
Although this provider is Malaysian, and its prices are displayed in Malaysian ringgit, its well-organized and informative website is in English.
Features and Ease of Use
Mydunaihosting offers two types of shared hosting: the Web Basic Package and the My Personal Package (with more resources). These hosting packages provide you with:
- Free domain
- 99.9% uptime guarantee
- Free SSL certificate
- Weekly backups
- cPanel control panel and Softaculous installer
- Free website builder
- SSH access
- Cron jobs
The industry-standard cPanel control panel gives you complete control over your hosting via a user-friendly interface. It includes the Softaculous installer that allows you to install hundreds of CMS and other popular applications such as WordPress, Magento, PrestaShop, Drupal, Joomla, TYPO3, and phpBB.
As an alternative to a CMS-backed website, beginners can build a web presence using the free website builder that comes with hundreds of pre-installed templates which you can customize via an intuitive drag-and-drop interface. You don’t need to have web design experience or hire someone else who does.
At the other end of the expertise spectrum, you can schedule Cron jobs to run repeating scripts, rather than having to execute them manually every time.
Pricing and Support
This host’s My Personal Package is more expensive than its Web Basic Package, but the prices are affordable either way. You can choose to be billed annually, biennially, or triennially, and pay by PayPal, credit/debit cards, bank transfer, check, or even cash. The 30-day money-back guarantee might make you feel better about making a multiyear commitment since you should be able to get out within the first month if anything goes wrong.
Customer support can be summoned by telephone, ticket, or email. However, my exploratory email and test support ticket seemed to fall on deaf ears. If you have to resort to self-support, you will at least find a reasonably comprehensive, categorized knowledge base: