Nebula iHost is a web hosting company based in Bangladesh. It isn’t clear exactly when it was founded, but I’d say pretty recently by the looks of the website. Nebula iHost specializes in shared hosting, reseller hosting, VPS hosting, and domain name registration.
The Nebula iHost website is simple, limited in information, and only available in English. All prices are displayed in Bangladeshi taka.
Features and Ease of Use
Nebula iHost offers three shared hosting categories – Shared Hosting, Premium Hosting, and Business Pro. These categories differ in resource allocations depending on your hosting needs.
The Shared Hosting plans are more suitable for beginners, casual bloggers, and small websites that don’t require high specifications. If you have a more demanding website, then I suggest you go with the Premium Hosting or Business Pro packages.
Nevertheless, all these shared hosting categories come with the following features as standard:
- cPanel control panel
- Softaculous installer
- Free SSL certificate
- SSD storage
- 99.99% uptime guarantee
- Automatic daily backups
- Free website migration
The industry-standard cPanel allows you to easily manage your website, thanks to its user-friendly management interface and numerous built-in tools. You won’t need any advanced technical skills to manage different aspects of your website.
Nebula iHost offers SSD storage with all its hosting services. SSD storage performs much faster than the regular HDD storage in terms of processing your website data from the server. This reflects directly on the overall performance of your website, especially the loading speed.
Want to scale up? Nebula iHost provides three VPS hosting plans – VPS 1, VPS 2, and VPS 3. Its storage ranges from 40 GB up to 80 GB, bandwidth from 1 TB up to 3 TB, RAM from 1 GB up to 2 GB, and CPU from 1 core up to 4 cores. All the plans come with an IPv4 dedicated IP.
Pricing and Support
Nebula iHost’s prices aren’t dirt cheap when compared with its peers, but they are affordable.
All shared hosting plans are billed on an annual basis. On the other hand, you’ll be charged every month with the VPS and reseller hosting plans.
Nebula iHost accepts payments via Bkash and Rocket, and a 30-day money-back guarantee backs all plans.
As previously mentioned, Nebula iHost’s website lacks any great depth of information, and the knowledgebase section has only a few articles.
You can contact the customer support team 24/7 by phone, email, and support ticket. There’s also an option to get in touch via Facebook Messenger. I opened a ticket with a bunch of generic questions, and it has been more than 24 hours without an answer.