Easyspace is a battle-hardened veteran of web hosting from the UK, offering a wide selection of hosting solutions and hosting-related services intended for casual bloggers and business owners alike. Their only significant handicap is the lack of a free trial or any refund policy.
Easyspace has been part of the domain registration and web hosting industry in the UK since 1997. In 2004, it was purchased by iomart and Easyspace has greatly benefited from investment into the network and infrastructure with 10 self-run data centres that stretch across eight locations throughout England, Scotland and Wales.
Hosting types include shared hosting (entry-level, standard, premium and WordPress-oriented), cloud and VPS hosting, and dedicated server hosting (pre-built and custom servers).
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