Globat in Web Hosting Selection



$ 4.44/mo

Control Panel: cPanel
b2evo quick install:
Manual install possible

Average plan


High renewal rates
Backups not included
No SSD disk
The platform works fine, but there are better offers out there.

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Selected hosting package: GX01
Payment planMonthlyTotal price
12 Month Contract$ 4.44 /mo$ 53.28

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iPageGlobatA2 Hosting
Hosting Company
Package NameGo PlanGX01Lite
Positives Extra low price
Excellent value
Good for beginners
Hum... Excellent platform technology
Choice of datacenter
Very transparent website
Negatives Platform technology not sufficient for geeks
No SSD disks
High renewal rates
Backups not included
No SSD disk
Automatic daily backups not included (available as upgrade)
SummaryThis plan is the best choice if you're looking for the lowest price.The platform works fine, but there are better offers out there.This plan is downright excellent with one exception: you'll have to rely on manual backups or upgrade to get automated backups. Active b2evolution support.
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Pricing breakdown
Pricing breakdown
Hosting Company
Best price for you $ 1.99$ 4.44$ 2.99
1 Month (Trial) N/AN/A$ 9.99
Monthly for 12 mo $ 2.99$ 4.44$ 6.99
Monthly for 24 mo $ 2.49N/A$ 4.39
Monthly for 36 mo $ 1.99N/A$ 2.99
Renewal Price (1 mo) N/AN/A$ 10.99
Renewal Price (12 mo) $ 9.99$ 14.95$ 8.99
Renewal Price (24 mo) $ 8.99$ 13.95$ 7.99
Renewal Price (36 mo) $ 7.99$ 12.95$ 7.99
Renewal Price Max $ 9.99N/A$ 9.99
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Domain Pricing
Hosting Company
Use existing domain
Register new .com FreeFree$ 14.95 /yr
.com Renewal $ 16.99 /yr Hidden Fee!$ 14.95 /yr
.com Privacy $ 12.99 /yr$ 9.99 /yr$ 9.95 /yr
Hosting Features
Hosting Company
Disk space UnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited
SSD Disk
Sites per Account Unlimited11
Alias/Parked Domains Unlimited125
Subdomains UnlimitedUnlimited5
Max DBs Unlimited15
Free SSL
Shared certificate

Shared certificate

Let's Encrypt
Auto renew
SSH Access
Cron Jobs?
Included backups
Backup Upgrade$12/yr
Daily, retained for 14 days
$14.99 /yrUpgrade to higher plan
Email features
Hosting Company
Email accountsUnlimited125
Email aliasesUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited
Email Storage500 MBN/AUnlimited
Network Features
Dedicated IPN/AN/A$ 4.00 /mo
Datacenters in USA112
Datacenters in Europenonenone1
Datacenters in Asianonenone1
Green energy
CO2 offset by
Green Rating
Transfer/Migration service
Domain only

Domain only
Auto-InstallerMojo Marketplace Mojo MarketplaceSoftaculous
Hosting Company
Control PanelvDeckcPanelcPanel
Advanced b2evo supportN/AN/A
Shared OSLinuxLinuxLinux
PHP 5.4, 5.5, 5.6, 7.0, 7.1 or 7.2 (Choose Your Version)
Python 2.6, 2.7 or 3.2 (switch as you wish)
PERL 5.10
MySQL 5.6
PostgreSQL 9.6


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Comment from: Unknown Visitor


Very Very poor company. They just give you the greedy idea of unlimited web-space and unlimited bandwidth. I am using this company for over 2 years now.
My websites are TOOOOO SSSLLLOOOOOWWW. My users are getting annoyed. Secondly their servers are not secured. I had a blog hosted on it, and someone from outside used to overwrite (deface) my file, and put his ads under my site.

Comment from: Tomas Visitor



Useless, i could not make new FTP accounts, tech
support told me “will be fixed in 24 hours” was not!

Very weak control panel. U can`t buy next domain
straight from your account - madness!

Tomas from Belfast

Comment from: gpop Visitor


I migrated 4 sites to Globat last year, but regret not staying with my previous host.

Globat markets itself very well and all seems very professional, but after you sign up, MAJOR REGRET.

Although it claims unlimited domains, you can’t add them easily yourself - I had to go thru tech support. My sites have been down or super slow to load on so many occasions, although they claim unlimited bandwidth and 99.9999999(whatever)% uptime. And in one year, I’ve received 3 long emails apologising for a server/system crash and how backups failed to kick in etc.

That said, live support is very helpful (and believe me, I had to use it a lot when first setting up coz a lot of things couldn’t be done from the control panel). Some days though, the wait for your turn to get live support takes pretty long.

The most annoying thing: Opt-out add-on services! They send you emails telling you that by a certain date, you’ll be signed up for this and that unnecessary super-value gotta-have-it service at all sort of added cost unless you click a link to opt-out. Very unethical in this day and age.

Comment from: Bobby Visitor


Hosting is OK but lord help you if you are trying to get your money back. Hosting was canceled almost a month ago and they say I am scheduled to get a refund in a Month and a half. Gave us automatic updates at a cost of $50 a pop and had to go through alot to get that back. That is why I would recommend you do not use this service there are others !!!!!

Comment from: Wilson Yiu Visitor

Wilson Yiu

I’ve been customer with 3 domains with them for the last 4 years. In the past 2 years, we consistently having problems with their services at least once a month. Problems such as very slow response time, server down, and sometimes we found our mySQL/PHP website with old data or images that we needed to upload again. It is not easy to reach support through phone support, so we only use web-chat. However, their tech support staffs are usually unable to resolve problems above and need to refer to their “senior tech support team", which takes a least a day or more to get a problem solve. I would not suggest any party that require reliable hosting service. We are preparing to switch to another hosting company.

They sometimes offer automatic upgrade plan through emails in the past. You really have to be careful and decline their offers personally. I referred a client to use their service. Within months,they found out that their account was switched to a higher price plan and their credit card were charged without approval from them.

Comment from: David Visitor


Used these people for a couple years and the up selling was what REALLY angered me to the point of filing a complaint with the California Attorney General over unscrupulous business practices.

Their opt-out policy is still in effect.

A real pain in the butt company to deal with!

Comment from: Bill Visitor


Very upset with them right now.

Trouble Ticket 1 & 2 - My complaint was slow/down email server. Their first response was “nothing wrong, everything working fine". I say, “please make sure because this occurs often” They respond, “everything fine, clean your history and cookies". I respond, “computer is a week old, please try again". They respond, “nothing wrong, everything working fine".

Trouble Ticket 3 - My complaint was error message screen when attempting to access subdirectory. They never respond.

Trouble Ticket 4 - My complaint was my website down and cannot access control panel. They never respond. I contact technical chat and ask how long until system up again -out for a day so far-. They respond Cisco 6509 is down and they are attempting to fix. I ask if they have timeframe and tech says they do not.

So….are you sure “nothing wrong, everything working fine"?

Biggest complaint is that the email and/or servers are slower or down more than normal; and technical support is somewhat lacking. I’m a new customer with 2 1/2 years of service left until time to renew. I’m already looking for a new provider.

However, on the good side, service is cheap (get what you pay for?) and website creator easy to operate - which is good when you don’t have a whole lot of web development experience.

Comment from: daba Visitor


How easy was it to sign up?

It was easy to sign up and they offer a lot of specials, but my luck with them has been terrible. I use my site as a place to store backup files and usually only update it once or twice a month and maybe grab something from it 5 times a month and every time the server is down.

How fast/responsive is the website compared to your expectations?
The login server is so SLOOOW, making any changes to your website or database take forever and a day.

Did you experience some downtime?
Question I should be asked is have I experienced uptime and the answer to that is no.

Other remarks?

Low cost, but you get what you pay for.

Comment from: Andrew Piereder Visitor

Andrew Piereder

I was with Globat until last year. The virtual hosting sounds like a great deal, but only for the most basic website. I hosted a blog, and even after optimizing the memory requirements, it was completely unworkable. The ratio of RAM to sites was crazy. They are also always trying to upsell you to terabyte plans, which aside from being annoying is ridiculous in context of their memory constraints.

Comment from: Nera Visitor


This hoster is ok while it works.
The problem is they keep bombing your mail with offers and automaticaly add your account for upgrades which cost arround 40$ and you have to opt out or you’ll be charged.

Comment from: samer houri Visitor

samer houri

I have six websites hosted by globat I’m 100% satisfied
they offer lots of services for very reasonable prices,with 24 hours live chat support, and support ticket system, tutorials ect.. you should never face a problem they are always present to help, you should never have any obstacles at Globat….it’s just a good chance to be a Globat customer.

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