Founded in 2005, Netstorage is a top web host and a trusted domain registrar with a portfolio of over 20,000 domains and 7,000 websites. This Austrian host serves more than 4,000 institutions, businesses, and individuals.
The German-language Netstorage website is clean, clutter-free, and easy to navigate, even on a mobile phone.
Features and Ease of Use
With Netstorage hosting, customers get access to an array of hosting features and tools, including:
- Domain registration/transfer
- DNS zone editor
- MySQL databases
- Unlimited bandwidth
- Plesk control panel
- IMAP, POP3, SMTP, and Webmail
- Website statistics
- FTP access
Speed and performance are built into the hosting solutions. The company uses highly available server clusters, servers use SSD storage that is much faster than conventional hard drives, and you also have the option of integrating the Cloudflare CDN.
The Plesk admin panel provides a user-friendly interface for setting up websites, email accounts, and databases. You can add domains, automate tasks, and perform data backups. The Softaculous app installer is bundled with over 200 application scripts for WordPress, Magento, b2evolution.
You can secure your website with various SSL certificate options including single domain certificates, wildcard certificates, and enterprise certificates. Also, Webmail comes with anti-virus and spam protection.
Pricing and Support
With several low-cost web hosting solutions, Netstorage appears to have everyone’s needs and budget in mind. And if you don’t find the perfect pre-built hosting package, you can request a custom plan that better meets your needs. There is even a 24-hour free trial for you to test the service before you fully commit.
You can pay for packages using SOFORT transfer, bank transfer, PayPal, or any major credit/debit card, and your hosting will be activated immediately.
Bilingual technical support is provided in English and German, but I failed to secure a response to my exploratory email. In any case, before calling the company for help, it would be a good idea to check the self-support resources (knowledge base and FAQs).