[Shared Hosting] Review For Limitless Hosting - CPanel/WHM Reseller Account
#1
Hello friends,
Got this account a while ago. This took some time to test their service and still testing, but it's review time.

Ok so they gave me 
40 GB space
9.54 TB Bandwith
And every other feature are unlimited with over-selling enabled.
 
Support:-
Well, it is fast and they really reply your tickets. They reply my request for account creation within an hour. Nice.

Pros are
1. Free SSL : Yeah cpanel free panel is default enabled for your site. Just awesome.

2. Lots of space , 40 GB of space for your hosting is awesome . Host lots of website for you and your users. Just Awesome..

3. Lots of bandwith , 10TB of bandwith is just awesome and I just use 120-140GB for my websites.

4. Overselling : Well yes sell over your quota so you can resell all the resource over your quota.

5. Security : This server is securly located at QuadraNet Inc in Los Angeles .

6. Wordpress : instaled Wordpress and its performance are good. I will update this later.

 Cons:

1. Ping to this server and got this huge time (over 500ms) from my location
2. Server is pretty crowded
When display services got this -
 Server Load  / 16.93
 Memory Used / 41.93 %
 Disk / 70 %

My opinion:- Yes , this server is pritty stable and reeally awesome for hosting small /medium websites. Lags doesnot matter much if the connection speed is good, and their connection speed is really fast. If you want to use their hosting its a go for me. 

Final Rating: 8/10

Note : I will update my review later with after finished all the tests. 
#2
16 load isn't that bad compared to some other hosts. If you've seen companies like WootHosting, you'd know that a load of 16 is a god-send (and it's free too!).

Anyway, @Lampard seems to be doing a decent job. Keep up the good work!
My website: https://dawgy.pw
#3
You can't really complain about the ping, Limitless's hosting services are FREE and as far as i remember Lampard still provides SAMP/MTA hosting, THese two consumes a lot of ram and a decent amount of CPU.
#4
(2017-11-24, 5:21:53 am)Gratzie Wrote:  You can't really complain about the ping, Limitless's hosting services are FREE and as far as i remember Lampard still provides SAMP/MTA hosting, THese two consumes a lot of ram and a decent amount of CPU.

Actually it's a mix of free and paid with the main focus on cheap high quality cpanel hosting including reseller and game servers with locations in the US and Europe:
https://limitlesshost.net/

To get a free game server one has to make posts in Lampard's Forum:
http://limitlessrpg.com/

Lampard has great experience with games servers, which was his first passion and interest when he first got involved in the hosting business.  He started his https://limitlesshost.net business last year and has been so great with SEO he's been interviewed in the UK and everywhere online.  I totally take my hat off for his drive and energy in the business.  His focus is 100% and he doesn't miss a beat.
#5
(2017-11-24, 3:00:26 pm)deanhills Wrote:  Actually it's a mix of free and paid with the main focus on cheap high quality cpanel hosting including reseller and game servers with locations in the US and Europe:
https://limitlesshost.net/

To get a free game server one has to make posts in Lampard's Forum:
http://limitlessrpg.com/

Lampard has great experience with games servers, which was his first passion and interest when he first got involved in the hosting business.  He started his https://limitlesshost.net business last year and has been so great with SEO he's been interviewed in the UK and everywhere online.  I totally take my hat off for his drive and energy in the business.  His focus is 100% and he doesn't miss a beat.


I am aware of that as i was a Forum Moderator there, I'm also aware that Lampard used to run a MTA RPG server which gave him a good experience with game servers, All i'm saying is, The performance of his servers are still pretty goog.
#6
Yes, it is free, but when I am trying to set up a multisite, the site is not displaying anything. After 10 min it comes back online.




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