These are shared IPs with the worst uptime results for the period of the last 30 days.
Our recent addition to the list, Webhost.uk.net is, as the name suggest, a British hosting company, headquartered in London. The provider greets us with a friendly and cheerful website design (which has been changed at least three times since the foundation in 2008.)
The hosting offers a variation of services as well as domain registration and some SEO and marketing tools. Its four shared hosting plans can’t be considered the cheapest, however, the provider tends to show pretty good performance on our data charts.
The company claims being “Reliable UK WebHost” and so they seem to be. There is a variation of contact options and a prompt-reacting live chat tech support, which is a serious plus not all our listed providers can boast of.
Being British, they have thoughtfully designed an American version of the website for their U.S. customers – Webhost.us.com – with the “intention to offer web hosting on servers located in US datacenters”, which is a happy thought, indeed, as many users might find the process of currency conversion too tiresome… and, after all, the closer to home, the better, you know.
Here is the list of shared IPs that experienced downtime for the previous 7 days. The statistics is presented for each day, with the number of shared IPs and their downtime data.