Features and Ease of Use
When you sign up with RAD WEB HOSTING, you get access to the following features:
- cPanel/WHM control panel
- Softaculous installer
- Website builder
- CloudLinux OS
- 24/7 support
Linux shared hosting accounts and reseller accounts can be managed using the cPanel control panel that comes with lots of features including the Softaculous installer for 400+ apps and an easy-to-use website builder. You can begin building your website within minutes of signing up, or you can import an existing site via FTP or the web-based file manager. If you don’t know how to transfer the files yourself, you can take advantage of this host’s free website migration service.
RAD WEB HOSTING has invested in cutting-edge hosting technology and equipment, including RAID 10 storage for its virtual servers, so you are assured a certain level of reliability and performance. There are many server customization options, and a custom-built dedicated server can be provisioned within 2 to 6 hours. Once your server is set up, you’ll receive your Linux or Windows server details (including admin or root credentials) via the secure client portal.
You get an industry-average 99.9% uptime SLA. It covers service disruption, power, and hardware, and there is a 5% credit for every hour of downtime. Dedicated server customers are entitled to a four-hour hardware replacement SLA.
Pricing and Support
With several affordable shared hosting solutions and customizable VPS/rental servers, RAD WEB HOSTING offers options to match your needs and budget. Setup is free and instant, and you’ll get a free SSL certificate and a free domain when you sign up for a year or more (rather than monthly).
At the checkout, you have the option to add several extras such as CodeGuard, SpamExperts, SiteLock, premium SSL, and WordPress maintenance. Once you’ve made your selection, you can conveniently pay for your plan using either PayPal or your credit card.
The RAD WEB HOSTING 24/7 technical support team can be contacted via telephone or ticket portal. Alternatively, you can try supporting yourself via the substantial self-support resources on the FAQ page and in the knowledge base.