SIGLOCERO was established in 2004 by a group of young professionals with expertise in programming, computer engineering, web design, communications, and consulting services. Today, it offers various hosting solutions (including streaming services), and associated services such as DNS hosting, domain registration, and SSL certificates.
SIGLOCERO’s website supports Spanish, Portuguese, and English.
Features and Ease of Use
SIGLOCERO offers three shared hosting plans, three reseller hosting plans (with an additional plan in the cart area), seven VPS plans, and one dedicated server (with eight more listed but unavailable). The three shared hosting plans provide you with:
- 1 to unlimited hosted websites
- CentOS 6.7
- Plesk 11 control panel
- 99.7% uptime guarantee
- 5 GB to 20 GB disk space
- 50 GB to 200 GB bandwidth
- 10 to 50 email accounts
- Unlimited FTP accounts
- Unlimited subdomains/domain aliases
- 2 to 10 databases
- Task scheduler
- SSL support
The hosting plans provide support for programming languages such as PHP, Python, Perl, Java, and Ruby. You can choose between PostgreSQL and MySQL database storage, and you can install several popular applications (such as WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, phpBB, osCommerce, and Magento) with a single click.
Virtual and dedicated servers come with absolute control. And with the Icecast 2, SHOUTcast, and Wowza Streaming Engine plans, you can broadcast your own radio or TV station over the internet.
Pricing and Support
SIGLOCERO’s shared hosting plans are a bit pricey but you do get a free domain. You can pay for plans on monthly to annual billing cycles via various methods, including PayPal or Mercado Pago. Peace of mind can be found in the 30-day money-back guarantee (which gives you an opportunity to get out early) and a 7-day free trial (so you can try before you buy).
Contact the customer support team via telephone, ticket, contact form, or live chat. Since the live chat was unavailable when I tried,
You can contact SIGLOCERO’s supposedly 24/7 customer support team via telephone, ticket, live chat, or online contact form. I say “supposedly” because the live chat was unavailable when I wanted to try it, and my other contact attempts received no replies. If you have to resort to self-support, you’ll find some answers (but not many) in the “Frequently Asked Questions” knowledge base: