Romanian web hosting provider XtremeHost.ro offers a variety of web hosting, radio hosting, VPS, reseller VPS, gaming servers, and dedicated servers, plus domain registration and transfer services. The company can also install and configure Linux, Apache, MySQL, and any other software you require.
So far, so good, except that several areas of XtremeHost.ro’s website — such as the client area, cart, knowledgebase, and announcements — return an HTTP 404 (not found) error, so you can’t actually purchase a plan or summon support.
Features and Ease of Use
XtremeHost.ro offers three shared web hosting, six radio hosting, nine VPS, three reseller VPS, and three dedicated server plans. The shared hosting plans provide you with:
- LiteSpeed Web Server and Nginx
- Linux OS
- 1 GB to 5 GB disk space
- Unlimited traffic
- 10 to 50 hosted domains
- 20 to 50 email accounts
- IMAP, POP3, SMTP
- SSL support
- 15 to 50 databases
- Support for HTML, PHP 5, XML, CGI, Java, PERL, WML (WAP), and more
- Firewall, antivirus, and anti-spam
The Fantastico one-click installer includes installation scripts for several CMS and other apps. Alternatively, you can use RVsitebuilder to create beautiful, professional-looking websites using a drag-and-drop interface. Either way, you won’t need any design or coding knowledge to build your web presence.
The LiteSpeed Web Server provides improved performance and reliability (compared with Apache), and you get a 99.5% uptime guarantee (for shared hosting) or a 99.8% uptime guarantee (for dedicated servers). Note that these guarantees are lower than the industry average.
VPS and dedicated server plans allow root access for complete control of your hosting environment, and for something more specialist, you can get game servers and radio hosting at XtremeHost.ro.
Pricing and Support
XtremeHost.ro’s shared hosting plans are competitively priced, and it looks like you can pay for them in euros on a monthly basis. I say “looks like” because it isn’t possible to access this company’s shopping cart.
That’s not the only issue with this provider’s jumbled, old-fashioned website. It’s also impossible to access the support and contact pages, despite the claims about offering 24/7 support. And you won’t be able to access any self-support resources because the knowledge base link also leads to an HTTP 404 (not found) error page: