Unique Hosting provides a range of web solutions, including web hosting services, e-commerce solutions, domain services, SSL certificates, web design/development, logo design, SEO, and digital marketing services. Its website is in English.
Features and Ease of Use
Unique Hosting offers 13 shared hosting plans (three Linux, two Windows, three CMS, three e-commerce, and two enterprise hosting), three reseller hosting plans, three cloud hosting plans, three VPS plans, and three dedicated server plans.
The three Linux shared hosting plans provide you with:
- 99.9% uptime
- 5 GB to unlimited storage space
- Unlimited bandwidth
- 1 to unlimited websites
- Up to unlimited addon domains
- 3 to unlimited subdomains
- 5 to unlimited email accounts
- PHP, Python, Perl, and MySQL support
- 3 to unlimited databases
- 1 to unlimited FTP accounts
The included Softaculous script installer allows you to install several popular applications with no technical knowledge. Alternatively (or as well), you can use the free website builder to create a professional-looking website without having to code it.
Once your website is up-and-running, you’ll experience continuous protection thanks to RAID replication (which guards against disk data disasters) and R1Soft daily backups (which will assist you in restoring your data if anything goes wrong).
Virtual and dedicated servers use RAM boosters that allocate additional disk space to your website. And you get complete server control.
Pricing and Support
Unique Hosting’s shared hosting plans start dirt-cheap. Available billing periods are monthly to triennial, and you can pay for plans in Indian rupees or U.S. dollars via many different methods: bank transfer, credit/debit card, online wallet, CCAvenue, or the Razorpay payment gateway. To make you feel better about the triennial term, you get a 30-day money-back guarantee that should get you out if anything goes wrong within the first month.
The self-support resources are pretty poor since the cPanel/website builder demos don’t work, and there is only one article in the knowledge base. This means you’ll almost certainly have to contact the 24/7 support team via telephone, support ticket, email, or live chat. I’m pleased to report that I got quick answers to my queries via the live chat channel: