Despite being a low-cost hosting provider, Xozz.com has more than ten global facilities at its disposal. It is based in Pune, India, but serves customers all over the world from its English language website.
Features and Ease of Use
Xozz.com provides simple, affordable hosting products with fantastic resources and the following features:
- 99.9% uptime guarantee
- Free .com domain with hosting
- Up to unlimited addon domains
- Unlimited email hosting accounts
- Automated weekly backups
- Unlimited SSD storage
- Unlimited data transfer
Xozz.com lets you scale your website with unlimited bandwidth and storage, and it provides extras including FTP accounts and databases. You also get semi-dedicated RAM and CPU for more stable hosting performance. Your hosting is managed using the popular cPanel control panel (with WHM for resellers).
Customers are protected from DDoS attacks, and threat management features (including firewall) are in place. You can choose from several data centers, and the 99.9% uptime guarantee gives you a full month’s credit if your uptime falls below that level.
Pricing and Support
It’s almost hard to believe the affordable hosting prices considering the unlimited storage and bandwidth you get with the shared and reseller hosting plans. The shared Linux hosting is particularly cheap, especially since it comes with semi-dedicated resources, but you’ll have to upgrade to a higher plan if you want addon domains.
Xozz.com offers monthly, yearly, two-yearly, and three-yearly terms. You get a free domain with an annual plan, and you get a dollar discount per month for every year you commit. But beware that there is no money-back guarantee for shared or reseller hosting as far as I know, and you only get a 48-hour refund window with dedicated servers and VPS.
Although the cloud hosting may seem a bit pricey, you can definitely find more affordable VPS plans elsewhere. It’s also worth noting that certain data centers may come with additional costs. Additionally, keep in mind that data migrations can be quite expensive, as they are charged per gigabyte.
You can summon “award-winning support” (their words) via a 24/7 telephone line or by raising a support ticket. You can also reach out via live chat. Unfortunately, the link to the self-support knowledge base leads nowhere.