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Install WordPress plugins, Help Desk, forums and many other aps with a single click.

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Shared Hosting Packages

Basic Hosting

Fastest SSD based web hosting for personal & blog websites

150

/Yr

  • 1.5 GB Disk Space
  • 99.9% Uptime Guarantee
  • 2,500 GB Bandwidth

Premium Hosting

Fastest SSD based web hosting perfect for small business websites

240

/Yr

  • 2 GB Disk Space
  • 99.9% Uptime Guarantee
  • 5,000 GB Bandwidth

Business Hosting

Fastest SSD based web hosting platform for company websites

450

/Yr

  • 5GB Disk Space
  • 99.9% Uptime Guarantee
  • Unmetered Bandwidth

Frequently asked questions

Yes! With our Softaculous one-click installer you’ll get your WordPress website up and running in no time. 


cPanel is a control panel that acts as a separate account, designed for managing your Shared Hosting service on the server. You’ll be able to build your website with our Website Builder as well as upload and manage files, create email accounts, and check the stats of your sites — all in one place. Your cPanel login details are found in your Welcome Email.

No, although all Urhitech Web Solutions Shared Hosting plans are hosted on a Solid-State Drive (SSD), which helps to enhance performance over traditional hard disk drives (HDD). SSDs also contain no moving mechanical parts, offering faster access time and low latency. Urhitech Web Solution Stellar Business Hosting plans are, however, based on Cloud Storage. Here, traditional physical machines are converted to virtual machines (VM), running on a readily-available VM infrastructure.

Designed to handle a variety of hardware and software-stack failures, Cloud Storage reinforces your data with an extra layer of protection by distributing it across various servers. Featuring zero downtime and the highest performance, it provides you with the utmost stability.

The migration process from another hosting provider to Urhitech is completely free of charge and we guarantee fast cPanel-to-cPanel transfers. Manual website migration is also possible, depending on the individual case.

Yes! With our Softaculous one-click installer you’ll get your WordPress website up and running in no time. 

Shared Hosting is an entry-level type of web hosting where one physical server hosts multiple websites (and often hosts hundreds of users). Since each user gets (“shares”) a section of that individual server where they can host their website files, this keeps costs low. Here users share system resources on-demand, receiving a percentage of databases, disk space, CPU, RAM as well as email and FTP accounts. Other resources include the single MySQL server, Apache server, and mail server. Considered the most cost-effective option, Shared Hosting offers enough resources for any startup, local business, or personal website.

A VPS gives you access to your own personal server, one that’s split up into several virtual servers with allocated resources (disk space and bandwidth) as well as a pre-installed operating system (OS) of your choice. For website owners looking to grow and scale up, a VPS is highly recommended. If your website is too big for Shared Hosting but too small to benefit from Dedicated Server Hosting, a VPS is the right choice for you.

A content delivery network (CDN) is a group of distributed servers around the world to cache (store) and deliver assets (e.g. images and video) to your website visitors faster, no matter their location. In addition to faster website-loading times, a CDN also secures your website, protecting it from DDoS and/or cyber attacks. To take advantage of this web hosting tool, activate CDN by following

Which datacenter locations do you offer?
Your datacenter location all depends on where your website audience is located. For example, let’s say your user base is mostly in the UK. For this reason, we recommend choosing the UK datacenter. If your website audience happens to be spread across Europe or Western Asia, we recommend the EU datacenter, which is located in the Netherlands. If your audience is US-based, the US datacenter location is recommended.