Pricing Plans

Choose the plan that suits your needs

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Starting At₹1020/Annual

Linux Shared Starter


Plan for Individual Contributors

Disk Space -5 GB

Monthly Bandwidth - 50 GB

Email Accounts- 5 IDs

Domains - 1

cPanel

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Starting At₹2520/Annual

Shared Business


Plan for Small Business

Disk Space -20 GB

Monthly Bandwidth - Unlimited

Email Accounts- Unlimited

Domains -3

cPanel

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Starting At₹4800/Annual

Shared Expert


Can't get better than this!

Disk Space -Unlimited

Monthly Bandwidth - Unlimited

Email Accounts- Unlimited

Domains -Unlimited

cPanel

Services Included

Optimize your website with Linux shared hosting. Start you basic Hosting with the best services of Shared Hosting. It is easier and More Convenient in price.

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24/7/365 Support

Our support staff is available 24/7/365 to assist you via Telephone, LiveChat, or Email with any hosting-related issues.

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45 Day Guarantee

Try our services at no risk! If you're not completely satisfied, you can cancel within 45 days for a complete refund.

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99.9% Uptime

The availability of your website is our top priority. We stand by that fact with our uptime guarantee!

General FAQ

Most commonly asked questions. Please call or chat with our expert if your question is not listed below

Linux is extremely convenient. That's one of the main reasons why this OS is the most popular server solution. The convenience of Linux servers has three key components: MySQL, PHP, and price.
Linux is just cheaper. Most distributions of this OS cost nothing. Some OS versions like RedHat will have a number of special features created for better server performance, so they will have a price, but it's not really high as compared to that of Windows. Essentially, Linux is great for a start-up: you get a flexible system, popular coding and database formats, low price, and more.
You can run both PHP and MySQL on Windows servers, too. However, these two formats work best when working together. Such a combination, in turn, works on Linux particularly well. The reason for this is obvious — Linux was originally used for PHP and MySQL, so the whole system of this OS is tailored to these two formats. However, you must know that PHP will also work with several other database formats, such as Oracle, PostgreSQL, Sybase, Solid, etc.