This Belize-based company has been in the hosting industry for more than five years. Its polished, professional website is available in Russian and English, and it displays prices in U.S. dollars.
Features and Ease of Use
xServ24 doesn’t sell shared or VPS hosting, but it does offer six dedicated server plans situated in Germany, Great Britain, and America, plus five dedicated server plans in the Netherlands.
Some key features you can expect to find are:
- 99.97% uptime guarantee
- Unlimited traffic
- DDoS protection
- Free software installation
- Free OS installation
- Free KVM/IPMI
The smallest plan is available on U.S. and Europe servers. It provides 120 GB SSD disk space, 8 GB RAM, and unlimited traffic on a 1 Gbps port. At the other end of the spectrum, the largest plan is available in the Netherlands. It gives you 1 TB SSD disk space, 64 GB RAM, and unlimited traffic on a 100 Gbps port.
xServ24 could be suitable for businesses of different sizes. Most servers have SSD storage that is far faster and more reliable than traditional HDD storage, and the DDoS protection helps guard against distributed denial of service attacks.
The free Intelligent Platform Management Interface (IPMI) is another nice touch that allows you to monitor and manage your server remotely from anywhere in the world.
You can manage your website with the cPanel control panel, which xServ24 will help you install, along with a website builder and the Softaculous installer for popular programs such as WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, and phpBB.
Pricing and Support
xServ24 offers more affordable dedicated servers than many of its international competitors, with the Netherlands servers being the cheapest. You can pay by credit card, Qiwi, WebMoney, Bitcoin, or Ethereum on monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, or annual billing cycles. You get one month free with a six-month subscription, and a 30-day money-back guarantee allows you to get out within the first month if anything goes wrong.
For self-support resources, I was disappointed to find only a small set of frequently asked questions and a knowledge base that’s bare. For one-to-one support, I was pleased to see several support channels such as tickets, email, and live chat. I’m even more pleased to report that I got quick answers to my pre-sales questions via the live chat channel: