PAZ Hosting is also one of the older hosts in the industry. It offers A-block IPs on cPanel but you need to wait for them to manually send you the access. It might have been a good option back in 2014 but in 2017 it’s just not something you’d want use.
Pricing plans start at: $15/mo (5 IPs)
Price for 50 IPs: $89/mo
PazHosting has a straightforward dashboard with a “small” twist.
You need to create a support ticket for every domain you want to add. Domains are added within 24 hours, and you get a separate email for each blog containing hosting info – IP, nameservers, cPanel access. So, more or less a manual process. A manual process for hosting in 2017. Really?
The IPs and nameservers are not the best nor the worst. Some have lots of domains on them, some IPs have weird owners. So it’s a gamble on what you get.
In general, I can see why people used the host in 2014 (when they launched). I can’t see why they’d use it today. There are just better options out there.
PAZ Hosting has issues with IPs and nameservers and it has poor user experience. While it’s far from the worst like IPX or CloakHosting, it leaves a lot to be desired. It might have been a solid option in 2014 but in 2017, competitors are just so much better. Visit Paz Hosting.
Ease of Use
Outdated platform and concept. There are much better options out there.
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