Guys and Girls behind Hostinger are awesome. I worked with cpanel and plesk, and I did use GoDaddy's panel (and I did like th...展开
eir interface a lot) and I must say Hostinger is top class hosting provider. Prices are great, after my company decided to take cloud hosting to use Hostinger as our hosting provider I laso decided to start my private project with their shared plans. Server response time is best I ever saw. And helpdesk... If I could give 100 stars I would. A lot of helpful articles, agents willing to give direct solutions, no messing around, everything is done in matter of minutes. Every new business we make, we make sure our clients get best possible service, and Hostinger is best doing just that, being the best. Would like to see more domain extensions, but it is something they constantly work on it and every month they are adding new stuff, updating things, making everything better then it was before. If you want to know how Hostinger compares to goDaddy, Hostgator, and other hosting companies... he doesn't, because they do not offer not even close the quality Hostinger brings with their services.
My site is down for 24 hours.
FAKE CLOUD PLAN, ITS NOT CLOUD.
Hostinger Cloud plan is never on cloud.
They are refusing to tr...展开
ansfer the server as entire UK DATA CENTER ARE DOWN.
THEY HAVE BACKUP BUT USELESS AND IT IS NOT HELPING ME.
I HAVE A BACKUP, I REQUESTED THEN TO UPLOAD IT ON ANOTHER SERVER, THEY REFUSED.
We have had so many bad experiences with Net Registry. Here is todays:
Today we found that our website had been taken down by...展开
Following numerous telephone calls to Netregistiry and misinformation provided by the out sourced service center, it transpires that the reason Netregistry saw fit to take take our website was because of an overdue payment for an annual website security subscription.
My understanding is that this is an optional service, i.e. it is not a requirement to pay for the annual security subscription.
Why would Netregistry penalize us by taking down our website? This is akin to blackmail and is a very underhanded approach to business. This has caused us considerable inconvenience and expense as no one in our company was able to send or receive emails. We were effectively held hostage by being made to pay for a service which we did not want in order that Netregistry would make our site live again.
I will be taking this further including a formal complaint to the ACCC.