Mywebbee Internet Services sells its hosting services from a stripped-back WHMCS-powered website that is effectively just a shopping cart and knowledge base combined. You can switch this English-language site into 26 different languages, but it looks like only the menus (not the content) actually change. There is no indication of when this company was established, but I can tell you that it started posting on Facebook in Q2 2018.
Features and Ease of Use
Mywebbee offers everything from Windows and Linux shared hosting to VPS and dedicated servers. The shared hosting plans provide you with:
- Five to unlimited hosted websites
- cPanel control panel
- Four to unlimited addon domains
- Unlimited subdomains
- 10 GB to 50 GB SSD storage
- Unlimited bandwidth
- 10 to 50 MySQL databases and email accounts
- Free Let’s Encrypt SSL
- DDoS protection
This provider’s stripped-back website doesn’t go into much detail about its offerings, so I can’t tell you (for example) how the backups work, except to say that the knowledge base alludes to downloading full backups via the cPanel control panel.
I can also tell you that the Softaculous installer allows you to install CMS and other apps with a single click, that the website builder lets you build a professional-looking website without design or coding experience, and that the SSD storage is faster and more reliable than traditional HDD storage. The best bit might be that the shared and dedicated servers come with an incredible 100% uptime guarantee.
Pricing and Support
Mywebbee’s hosting plans are pricey at almost double the industry average. Beginner webmasters would be wise to choose a cheap single-domain Linux or Windows hosting plan. You can pay in U.S. dollars or Indian rupees via PayPal, credit/debit card, or online wallet, on monthly to biennial billing cycles.
There is no money-back guarantee as far as I can see, but a support agent told me about a three-day free trial period:
Besides submitting a support ticket, you can also contact this company via live chat (and I did). Self-support is provided in the form of the knowledge base that I already mentioned.