Using to start your own Hosting Company


Using to start your own hosting company is a wise choice. If you’re already using our servers for your own website, then you’re familiar with our technologies and services. If you want to expand to host other South African websites both you and they should own your domain. We use Enterprise hardware because we have experienced maximum performance and you are up and running in minutes. You will get free fully automated modules for WHMCS (the leader for web hosting billing), client management and support on the web.

What are the benefits?

When you choose to start your own hosting company, we don’t ask you to sign a contract. Use it until you don’t and in the meantime, you may qualify for discounts of up to 20%. South Africans pay a onetime setup fee of R 399 but there is no monthly basis fee. We do end of the month billing based on the number of cloud servers and components. Actual prices can be determined when we know what your setup will look like. Windows servers are already licensed and paid so there is no fee to you for their use. Add more resources as you want or need them to your cloud server with licensed software for Windows, Plesk and cPanel. Full-service control for you and your customers including cloud control, backup, monitoring and upgrades.

Why choose

If you are starting your own web hosting company in South Africa, is where you want to be.

  • Our servers use KVM virtualisation technology for the most powerful full virtualisation solution.
  • All of our servers are deployed on solid-state drive (SSD) disk which uses integrated circuits with no moving parts for the best stability. It’s fast.
  • As part of our services, makes a weekly backup of your server.
  • We also offer 24/7 technical support and a money back guarantee if you’re not happy with our services.

Contact today and start receiving the most comprehensive service, proven reliable technologies and outstanding customer support. Choose to start your own hosting company.

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