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What Does Shared Hosting Denote?

At Ekumart Hosting, we have devised our shared hosting infrastructure in such a way so as to correspond to the demands of the average users who'd like to create their own personal, corporate or community sites. Our budget-priced hosting packages include sufficient resources to accommodate more than one site, a multilingual hosting Control Panel, a low-cost domain name registration, a single-click activation of popular web apps and a charge-free site building tool. On top of that, all hosting packages provided by Ekumart Hosting offer optional extras and can be upgraded to a more advanced hosting solution.

Beginner
Unlimited storage
Unlimited bandwidth
1 website hosted
30-Day Free Trial
$3.25 / month
Webmaster
Unlimited storage
Unlimited bandwidth
Unlimited websites hosted
30-Day Free Trial
$12.50 / month
 

Multiple Datacenter Facility Options

In an attempt to suit the needs of all its customers, we give them the opportunity to pick from 4 leading-edge data centers situated on 3 different continents. Clients from the US can house their shared hosting, VPS hosting and dedicated hosting accounts in the Steadfast data center in Chicago, Illinois. European clients can host their sites in the Pulsant datacenter in London, UK. Australian clients can host their web sites in the Amaze facility in Sydney, Australia.

Advanced Web Hosting Features

All of our hosting plans provided offer 99.9 percent uptime and thirty-day money-back guarantees. NodeJS, PgSQL and InnoDB support is offered, as well as the Memcached distributed memory object caching system and the Varnish Cache web application accelerator. The 24x7 customer service team is prepared to reply to all your inquiries and will respond to you in less than 60 minutes. So, you only need to examine and compare the website hosting packages provided by Ekumart Hosting and to select the most suitable web hosting plan for you.