From its humble beginnings in 2006, HostNine is has risen to become an industry leader, and won various industry awards in the process — including NCM Online’s 2015 Award for Best Budget Web Hosting. With data centers spread across three continents, this host has the infrastructural footprint to offer its clients fast network speeds. Some of the main HostNine web hosting features include:
If you want to host your site on a dedicated server, HostNine has this base covered with three competitively priced packages. The first option comes with 1TB HDD (RAID 1) disk or 128 GB SSD, 4 cores, 8 GB of RAM, 500 GB bandwidth, and 4 IPs. For these features, you will only pay $109.99 per month for monthly billing and $99.99 per month for yearly billing.
For individuals and enterprises that require more bandwidth, HostNine offers a package that comes with 1 TB HDD (RAID 1) disk or 128 GB SSD, 8 cores, 16 GB RAM, 1,000 GB bandwidth, and 8 IPs for only $129.99 for month-to-month billing and $109.99 per month for annual billing. If your site receives heavy traffic, go for the third package that comes with 1 TB HDD (RAID 1) disk or 128 GB SSD, 2 (×12) cores, 32 GB RAM, 2,000 GB bandwidth, and 16 IPs for $199.99 per month for month billing or $179.99 per month for yearly billing. Standard features across all packages include cPanel/WHM, Softaculous installer, KSPLICE, free migration assistance, weekly data backups, ClamAV antivirus, and SSD caching.
For businesses that offer cloud-based services/solutions, HostNine has competitively priced packages compared to other players in the same space. For a cloud-hosting package with one core, 15 GB disk, 1 GB RAM, 1,000 GB bandwidth, and 2 IPs, HostNine will charge you $14.99 per month for monthly billing and $13.99 per month for annual billing. You can upgrade to a package with two cores, 25 GB disk, 2 GB RAM, 1,500 GB bandwidth, and 2 IPs for $24.99 monthly for month-to-month billing and $21.99 per month for annual billing.
Additionally, HostNine has three other packages that range from two to three cores, 50 to 150 GB disk space, 4-16 GB RAM, and 2,000 to 5,000 GB bandwidth. Annual charges for the latter packages range from $420 to $720, but you can enjoy huge discounts if you opt for the annual billing option. In comparison, companies such as RackSpace, Liquid Web, and similar hosts charge from anywhere from $870 -$1,000 annually for cloud hosting services that in most cases are inferior to those offered by HostNine feature wise.
You can start you own business by purchasing and reselling any of HostNine’s four reseller plans: 19 to 999 GB storage space, 500 to 5,000 GB bandwidth, 19 to 499 resold account, and Reseller Central TM. Prices range from $14.99 to $69.99 per month if billed monthly and $13.99 to $49.99 per month for yearly billing.
Domain Registration and Transfer
If you do not have a domain name for your website, you can use HostNine’s domain registration and transfer service to get one. Prices vary depending on the Top Level Domain (TLD) you would like to use. Nevertheless, prices range from $15 to $45 regardless of the TLD you choose. In addition, you can perform multi-domain or multi-year registration using a user-friendly domain dashboard.
HostNine has a well-staffed support center that is available round-the-clock, seven days a week. The aim of this US-based team is to deliver a response to any client within minutes. To get in touch with them, you can send an email, use live chat, call via phone, or create a “trouble ticket” and submit it to the helpdesk. You can also follow HostNine on Twitter and Facebook.
If you are a web developer/designer or an IT savvy person constantly bugged by friends to help them set up sites, you can sign up to become an affiliate and earn $50 per customer referred to HostNine.
HostNine is a web hosting company that prides itself in having world-class infrastructure, a dedicated team and a wide range of feature-rich solutions. This means clients can expect minimal or no disruptions running their sites on secure servers that have redundant networks, fail-over protection and RAID-50 protected arrays.