WebPal’s servers are located in the U.S.A., Germany, and India, and its website is in English. Prices are displayed in Nepalese rupees.
Features and Ease of Use
WebPal offers three Linux shared hosting plans — Lite, Deluxe, and Ultimate — that come with these core features:
- 99.999% uptime guarantee
- SSD storage
- cPanel control panel
- Softaculous installer
- PHP support
- MySQL and phpMyAdmin
- Free SSL
- One hosted website
- Weekly backups
WebPal offers the essential features for a fully functional hosted website, as demonstrated by this list. In regard to resources, the smallest package includes 5 GB SSD storage and 1 GB RAM, while the largest package offers 100 GB SSD storage and 2 GB RAM.
The included cPanel control panel makes it easy to manage all aspects of your hosting via an intuitive interface. It incorporates the Softaculous installer that helps you install hundreds of content management and other applications, including WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, and phpBB. You don’t get a free website builder, but the support team can supply one for a small fee.
WebPal also offers three Windows shared hosting plans that weren’t advertised on the website at the time of this review but which you could order by contacting the support team.
If shared hosting won’t be sufficient for your needs, you can instead opt for one of the three VPS plans for Business, which provide up to 1,600 GB SSD disk space, unlimited domains, four vCPUs, 10 GB RAM, and unlimited bandwidth.
Pricing and Support
WebPal’s hosting prices range from average to slightly expensive, but you do get what you pay for (including a free domain). You can pay via PayPal, and you can get a refund within seven days (excluding domain fees) if you’re not happy with the service. WebPal even allows personal visits, with the offer of a free coffee.
I was able to summon support via the live chat channel:
It’s a good thing that one-to-one support is so good because the self-support knowledge base is bare.