WebSkrill cPanel Shared Hosting Specification

For Learner
Hosting mini
  • Disk Space(GB)500 MB
  • Morthly Transfers5 GB
  • Websites Supported 1
  • Sub Domains/Email AC1
  • MySQL & Database1
For Starter
Hosting Pro
  • Disk Space(GB)1 GB
  • Morthly Transfers10 GB
  • Websites Supported 1
  • Sub Domains/Email AC2
  • MySQL & Database2
For Startup
Hosting Max
  • Disk Space(GB)1.5 GB
  • Morthly Transfers15 GB
  • Websites Supported 1
  • Sub Domains/Email AC3
  • MySQL & Database3

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, you can upgrade or downgrade a current package to any other one. Our Billing team processes such requests; you may contact them via our helpdesk. The upgrade/downgrade procedure is very easy and fast – however, it sometimes requires an account transfer to the other server. In this case, you may be asked to change nameservers for your domain name, and there may be wait-time during propagation.

Shared hosting is a web hosting service where the resources and space of one server are shared between multiple users. If you're just getting started online, this is the most economical hosting option – perfect for blogs, e-commerce stores and small business sites. All of our shared hosting plans come with free cPanel, the #1 control panel for managing your account.

Yes, you can easily install WordPress in several clicks, using the Softaculous script installer.

We will be happy to assist you with the transfer of your content to our servers, if your account is compatible with Webskrill service and meets our transfer requirements. What we need is to review your request to determine your account compatibility. This depends on many factors such as consistency and structure of your hosting account, resource usage and limits, type of control panel, etc. We cannot guarantee that migration is possible, but will try our best to do it.

No, we do not. Currently, we provide Unix-based hosting only. CloudLinux is installed on our shared hosting servers. If you purchase VPS hosting, your options are: CentOS, Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora.