Features and Ease of Use
WiredHosting Argentina offers 10 shared hosting plans (5 each for Linux and Windows), 4 cloud hosting plans (with 1 additional plan listed on the cart page), 3 reseller hosting plans (with 1 additional plan on the cart page), 9 VPS plans (5 for Linux and 4 for Windows, plus 6 more on the cart page), and 3 dedicated servers (with an additional plan on the cart page).
The five cloud-based Linux shared hosting plans provide you with:
- cPanel/WHM control panel
- 70 MB to 1,500 MB disk space
- 1 GB to 25 GB bandwidth
- Support for PHP 7, Apache, and Ruby
- MySQL and MariaDB database(s)
- Unlimited emails
- Automatic file backups
You can create your website by uploading files via FTP, SFTP, or the FileManager. Alternatively, you can use the Softaculous installer to install hundreds of content management and other applications such as WordPress, Joomla, PrestaShop, Magento, and more.
Your website files are protected by antivirus, and your emails are protected by antispam. You get get a 99.9% uptime guarantee (which is around the industry average) with monthly credits for excessive downtime.
VPS and dedicated server plans come with Cloudflare + Railgun combo for faster page loading speeds.
Pricing and Support
WiredHosting Argentina’s shared hosting plans are cheap, with the Linux plans understandably being less expensive than the Windows plans. But costs can add up when you start to add extras such as SpamExperts and SSL certificates.
Pay for plans in U.S. dollars or Argentine pesos via various methods (PayPal, bank transfer, or PagoFacil/Rapipago/Mercado Pago) on monthly to biennial billing cycles. Although there is no official money-back guarantee, WiredHosting Argentina indicates that it will refund the previous month’s money if it fails to fix issues. You should also be able to give 15 days’ notice to cancel, providing you have no overdue invoices.
Contact this company’s customer support team by telephone (during office hours), ticket, online contact form, Skype, or live chat. Unfortunately, my test support ticket received no response. For self-support, there is an acceptable (but not exceptional) knowledge base: