This review cover a general impression of arizonahost.com product features like reliability, support, data center, price & more. Brand #55, listed since .
About arizonahost.comA division of Siteplot Hosting, ArizonaHost offers affordable web hosting, reseller hosting and dedicated servers. ArizonaHost was founded in 1996 and they have been developing their web hosting services since 1998.
Whether you need a corporate, small business or personal web site, ArizonaHost has web hosting plans to fit all your needs. Their superior around the clock support and INSTANT ACTIVATION service means your site can be active within a few minutes of signing up. For dedicated servers and reseller hosting the normal setup time is twenty four to forty eight hours.
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They had an attractively priced product, but kind of a crappy billing system -- I got a manually generated notification that they had received my order some hours after ordering. No big deal.
When I try responding to their email, I get non delivery errors. This happens about 50% of the time, with their host rejecting the email.
They forget to send me my control panel Id, even after handover of the server. They give me a server with less disk space than it should have, made up of a configuration of two drives (so now my disk is split) of which one is non functioning. I apprise them of this through their crappy email , because no one has given me a login to to ticket system yet.
They eventually resolve the problem, however they dont notify me that they are having to order a hard disk, so I have to chase them down to find out I have to wait for several days.
Fast forward 2 months -- my server has gone down and come [read more...]
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