Sureshot Hosting offers cPanel-based shared web hosting, reseller packages, and domain registration. It claims not to oversell hosting resources.
Sureshot’s website is powered by WHMCS, and (according to its Facebook page), this provider was established in 2001.
Features and Ease of Use
Sureshot Hosting’s hosting plans are managed using the cPanel control panel, and they come with the following features:
- Unlimited add-on-domains
- Unlimited email accounts
- DNS Manager
- FTP access
- Unlimited subdomains
- Dedicated IP address
The Fantastico installer helps you create a website, web store, or blog in minutes by choosing from 40+ free web apps such as WordPress or Zen Cart. You can also connect to a MySQL database.
Although Sureshot performs website and database backups, it also encourages customers to create their own backups from the control panel. You can restore at any time.
Sureshot takes a proactive approach to security, whether this means protecting its networks with a firewall or continuously monitoring and auditing servers. The security professionals take all necessary measures to protect users from viruses and cyber-attacks.
Sureshot’s performance-optimized servers sit in a private data center where all servers and network services are monitored 24/7. The industry-average 99.9% uptime guarantee means your website will be available almost all the time.
Pricing and Support
You can order a hosting package, update your billing details, and pay your invoices directly from this provider’s WHMCS-powered website. The three affordable hosting plans (with some unlimited features) can be purchased on billing cycles from three months to one year. The 60-day money-back guarantee gives you two months to request a refund if you’re not happy with your hosting.
Sureshot shouts about charging no fees, and this seems to be borne out at the checkout. However, the ostensibly unlimited bandwidth is actually predetermined, and you will be billed for excess bandwidth usage.
All support seems to be by ticket submission, and for self-support, you can refer to Sureshot’s well-stocked knowledge base: