WizHosting has hosted 50,000+ websites for 10,000+ customers across 20 countries. Its website is in Spanish.
Features and Ease of Use
WizHosting offers nine shared hosting plans (three each for Linux, Windows, and WordPress), three reseller hosting plans, three WordPress VPS plans, three SSD VPS plans (plus one extra in the store), three e-commerce VPS plans, and three cloud hosting plans for businesses.
The three Linux shared hosting plans, which are optimized for WordPress and Joomla, provide you with:
- 99.9% uptime guarantee
- CloudLinux OS
- cPanel control panel
- 1 GB to 10 GB SSD storage
- 50 GB to unlimited bandwidth
- 256 MB to 1 GB guaranteed RAM
- 1-core CPU to 3-core CPU
- 10 to unlimited email accounts
- POP3, IMAP, and webmail
- Free SSL certificate (with the two higher plans)
- One to unlimited databases
- Three to unlimited subdomains
- Support for PHP (multiple versions), Python, Perl, and Ruby-on-Rails
- Antivirus and antispam
The control panel provides access to an auto-installer for 400+ content management and other applications. However, for WordPress or e-commerce hosting, you might instead choose a VPS plan (with LiteSpeed and LSCACHE) for optimal server speed.
Even with shared hosting, the SSD storage is far faster and more reliable than traditional HDD storage. And you can enable the Cloudflare CDN for faster page loading and protection against some kinds of cyber-attacks.
If you already have one, WizHosting will migrate your existing website for free. The full weekly backups will go some way to safeguarding your data.
Pricing and Support
WizHosting’s Linux shared hosting plans are priced competitively, and at the time of this review, you could get a discount of up to 35%. Pay for plans in at least ten different currencies via PayPal or credit card on monthly to annual billing cycles, with discounts when you commit for at least six months and a free domain with annual billing. But first, why not take a test drive via the free trial that’s available on request?
Self-support resources include a set of frequently asked questions that look like a knowledge base, and a blog containing several useful posts. If these don’t answer all your questions, you can summon 24/7 customer support via ticket, email, contact form or online chat. My support ticket was answered within seven hours: