Resellbox’s English-language website sells shared hosting, reseller hosting, virtual and dedicated servers, domain services, and SSL certificates.
Features and Ease of Use
Resellbox offers six shared hosting plans (three each for Linux and Windows), eight WordPress hosting plans, three business hosting plans, three cloud VPS plans, four reseller hosting plans, 18 VPS plans (managed and unmanaged, Linux and Windows), 12 unmanaged dedicated servers, and 12 managed dedicated servers.
The three Linux shared hosting plans provide you with:
- Free cPanel control panel
- 2 to unlimited hosted domains
- 30 GB to unmetered SSD storage
- Unmetered bandwidth
- Up to unlimited parked domains
- Unlimited subdomains
- 5 to unlimited MariaDB databases
- Free daily site backups (with pay-for restore options)
You can set up your website with the free website builder, and you don’t need to be a professional website designer or developer to do so. Alternatively, you could set up a CMS-backed website by using the one-click installer to install one of 400+ applications (such as WordPress) with a single click. Once your WordPress website is up and running, the Jetpack backups plugin will help safeguard your data.
Pricing and Support
Resellbox’s shared hosting plans are priced competitively, but — as expected — the Windows plans are more expensive than the Linux ones. You might save money by taking advantage of the promotions that this host runs from time to time, and you could get a free domain with the WordPress plans.
Pay in Indian rupees or U.S. dollars by bank transfer, PayPal, or PayUmoney on annual to triennial billing cycles. If you’re concerned about signing up for a long stretch, the 30-day money-back guarantee should give you confidence that you can get out within the first month if anything goes wrong.
You should be able to contact this company’s 24/7 customer support team via telephone, ticket, email, or live chat. Unfortunately, I failed to summon support via the live chat or ticket submission channels.
Resellbox’s knowledge base looks better than it is. Although the reseller sections are populated, all the non-reseller hosting sections appear to be blank: