Wherever it calls home, Uni Web Hosting has hosted more than 2,000 web sites for 4,500+ clients to date. Its Serbian-language website sells a range of hosting plans plus associated services, but the web links to some of the services don’t seem to work.
Features and Ease of Use
Uni Web Hosting offers three Linux shared hosting packages, three WordPress hosting packages, three cloud hosting packages, one Windows VPS package, three dedicated server packages, and three reseller hosting packages.
The Linux shared hosting packages provide you with:
- 99.9% uptime guarantee
- 100 GB to unlimited storage space
- Unlimited bandwidth
- cPanel control panel
- CloudLinux OS
- Unlimited MySQL databases
- Unlimited email addresses
- SSL certificates
- Weekly backups
The Softaculous one-click installer helps you install several popular applications with ease and without any specialist technical knowledge. From building a blog with WordPress to setting up an e-commerce site with OpenCart, you can do it all here. Alternatively, you can create your website with the website builder.
The WordPress hosting packages include the Wordfence security plugin that helps keep your site safe from hackers. With the cloud hosting and dedicated server packages, you get DDoS protection.
Pricing and Support
Uni Web Hosting’s Linux shared hosting packages are cheap. You can pay for them in euros or Serban dinars via various methods (PayPal, current account, Skrill, Western Union, or Bitcoin) on billing cycles from annual to triennial. The 30-day money-back guarantee should make you feel better about making such a major commitment because you can get out early if anything goes wrong.
Dedicated servers afford you a shorter 14-day money-back guarantee, and (at the time of writing) a discount of 20% to 30%.
Uni Web Hosting’s 24/7 customer support team can be contacted by telephone, ticket, email, or contact form. Unfortunately, my email queries went unanswered. If you have to resort to self-support, you will find a decent number of questions (and answers) on the company’s F.A.Q. page: