Website Hosting Packages


R500/ annum
  • 750mb Linux Web Space
  • 5 Email Accounts
  • Limited 1GB Bandwidth
  • Dedicated IP address
  • 1 MySQL Database
  • Daily Backup
  • 24/7 Technical Support
  • *HTML/CSS sites


R1500/ annum
  • 4GB Linux Web Space
  • 20 Email Accounts
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • Dedicated IP address
  • 5 MySQL Databases
  • Daily Backup
  • 24/7 Technical Support
  • CMS sites eg. Joomla / Wordpress


R2500/ annum
  • 5GB Linux Web Space
  • 50 Email Accounts
  • Unlimited Bandwidth
  • Dedicated IP address
  • 10 MySQL Databases
  • Daily Backup
  • 24/7 Technical Support
  • CMS sites eg. Joomla / Wordpress

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Ecommerce Hosting

As the need arises for your growing ecommerce website, you can count on our unique hosting solutions. We configure the server to meet the requirements for your new website. The client has the option of hosting their own website which we can assist you with. 

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Migration Services

Nebula Designs can assist to transfer your existing content from prior host and configure on our platform. We can also transfer domain registrations from other registrars in order to provide you complete management of your entire online portfolio all in one place!

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Domain Administration

Need a domain name? We've got you covered. Upon payment, accounts can be setup within a few minutes. If you need assistance with transferral of a domain. For peace of mind, we encourage clients to register their own domains which we can assist you with.

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Not all online businesses are the same; nor do they have the same needs. Each unique online project—be it a simple blog page, an ecommerce site, or an enterprise-level configuration—is going to require different server resources. It only makes sense that there is a number of Web hosting solutions—such as shared, VPS, dedicated, or cloud—that can help you meet your business’ specific needs.

Shared Hosting

Shared hosting is far and away the most common entry-level hosting solution. Instead of having to invest in a complete hosting system end infrastructure, you simply share server space in the provider’s data center with other customers. This is a very low cost way to get your site on the Web without sacrificing any of the features—like a built-in website builder, email accounts, and various plugins—enjoyed with more expensive options. However, shared hosted solutions offer very little in the way of control; you get limited space; and security risks are higher than other Web hosting solutions due to the proximity of those sharing with you. What you save in monthly cost, you have the potential to lose in security and scalability.

VPS Hosting

As your business grows, you may need to find a host that can accommodate the demands associated with the growth. VPS (Virtual Private Server) hosted solutions are similar to shared hosting in that you are renting space from a provider. However, your space in a VPS host is isolated from the other customers. The result is that you enjoy more storage space and greater server security.

While VPS is not as low cost as shared hosting, it is very affordable. You also get more control with VPS through access to control panels on the backend, but that means using a VPS hosting solution requires a certain level of technical know-how. Don’t worry, though; you can find managed VPS hosting plans and have the provider’s Web developers do your server administration for you.

Dedicated Hosting

With dedicated Web hosting solutions, all of the resources are devoted to one customer. You get all of the space, bandwidth, and privacy. Because you have a server all to yourself, dedicated hosting is the most secure option compared to VPS and shared hosting. You also get to control everything—from the configuration of the operating system to the number of users with administrative access to resource usage monitoring. 

Plus, dedicated servers have their own unique IP addresses. Shared and VPS hosting plans share an IP address with other customers on that server. If one of them is a spam generator or an adult site, your SERP (search engine results page) ranks could suffer.

Dedicated hosting solutions tend to be much more expensive than shared or VPS alternatives and require technical administrators. Many dedicated customers opt for managed hosting. You keep the same control and security; but, someone else does all of the dirty work for you.

Cloud Hosting

Cloud hosting is very similar to VPS in that your site is stored in space on servers that are also being used by others. However, unlike VPS, the physical servers are not in the same location; they can be anywhere across the globe. As such, there are copies of your site on multiple servers. That redundancy creates security. If one goes down, you can access it through another. This makes the cloud a solid option for international hosting solutions.

Cloud hosting allows for instant scalability. Should your site need more bandwidth or storage due to seasonal traffic spikes, you can plug into extra resources in the cloud.

One drawback to cloud hosting is that it can be costly (not as expensive as dedicated, but costly nonetheless). Those costs do not automatically translate into more control or backend access, either.

Consider Your Options

When choosing a hosting company for your business or personal website, you need to know what features to look for and which types of servers are out there. Some web hosting companies offer great deals, including a wide variety of features in your hosting package price. Others have a basic package with a pricing system for additional features. They might charge extra for features you’d find included with other companies. Read on for tips on evaluating each type of server on the market and their associated costs.

Determine the Purpose of Your Site

Knowing which features you need is the most useful way to choose your hosting package. Researching types of Linux servers and other hosting options will be easier with a clear vision of your site’s purpose. Answer the following questions to determine your needs:

  • Why are you building a website: is it for business or fun?

  • What kind of site is it: a blog, a portfolio, or maybe an online store?

For example, you may have an online shopping cart which requires a dedicated IP address and SSL certification, or a customer management system to keep track of clients and leads. If your site is content based, however, your main priorities will include the site builder and templates.

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