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The company fills a small niche - Australian web hosting. And HBHosting perfectly does its job at that. If you are looking for hosting for that specific reason you can freely choose HBHosting. The company is suitable for personal projects and small/medium scaled businesses.

Pros

  • Support is responsive, detailed, and quick;
  • Free SSL;
  • SiteLock and Weebly included.

Cons

  • Only location is Australlia;
  • Only Shared hosting;
  • Refunds are only provided in case of encountering problems.

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Chandra Singh

My mom works at Google and my dad is from India, so I am fluent in PHP, Java, and Hindi.

Unixhost.pro

7.2

    A young Ukranian hosting company started out in 2009, providing a collection of services. Main countries of operation are: Slovakia, Ukraine, Germany, Russia and the US, in that order. Here’s some of the services they provide: Domain registration and transfer, Cloud VPS, dedicated server hosting along with Slovak center collocation. Their data centre is located in Kiev, Ukraine and is rated TIER 3.

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    Hostyd.org

    7.2

      Founded in 2012, this company’s goal is to provide quality service while meeting the needs of everyone. HostYD main focus is providing shared hosting solutions. Their servers are located in the US, UK, Australia, Bulgaria, and Finland.

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      Toshost.com

      7.2

        TosHost is a hosting company with an HQ based in the UK and was founded in 2012. Since then the company grew and acquired data centers, as well as to provide the full package of hosting services meaning: shared, VPS, and dedicated server solutions. The data centers are located all over the world in countries like the US, UK, Singapore, and Canada.

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        Hostiso.com

        7.1

          Hostiso is a hosting company known for providing the full package of hosting plans: Shared, VPS, and dedicated server solutions. The company was founded back in 2010, with the main Headquarters located in Switzerland. The datacentres are located all over the world, including the US, Canada, Germany, France, UK, Japan, and Brasil.

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