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Business Name: Cyber Ultra Network
Year of foundation: 2003
BBB Accreditation: No
Market Size: > 50 websites (#209 HRank list)
Growth Status: (by websites quantity): Decreasing
Founded in 2003, in Singapore, Cyber Ultra Network is a high-class web hosting company which offers cheap domain registration and hosting.
They have a variety of different web hosting packages and all of their hosting packages come with free professional web site builder and script installer. An interesting fact about this company is that they are awarded as a budget hosting providing company.
Cyber Ultra Network is a secure and reliable company that provides inexpensive web hosting for individual and business needs.
|Name||Domains||Disk||Bandwidth||Min Price||Billing Term|
|Mini||Unlim||10 Gb||50 Gb||$2.91||24 Mo|
|Ample||Unlim||25 Gb||Unlim||$3.95||24 Mo|
|Jumbo||Unlim||50 Gb||Unlim||$7.95||24 Mo|
The provider offers 3 shared hosting plans: Mini, Ample, and Jumbo.
The plans are available for 1, 3, 6, 12, 24, and 36 months (except for Mini that is available only for12, 24, and 36 months).
The cheapest monthly prices are in the table above. The longer the billing term, the cheaper the subscription is. All in all, this is a more or less budget hosting with fair prices as we have seen many more expensive options with worse performance results.
The company also offers:
Instant Technical Live Support: No
The company offers “exceptional 24/7 total customer support.” However, the only ways of contact we’ve found are a contact form and support tickets.
No live chat, no emails, no phone numbers.
It also looks like the provider changed the design of the website at the end of 2018 (to the worst) and the older version contained all the contact info and a live chat as well.
However, the present version has none. And the overall design also looks like a rough template now. Perhaps, this is only a transition mode. We’ll see.
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