SmallWeb - Shared Hosting Price Match Guarantee

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edited January 7 in Offers


SmallWeb will now match your previous web hosting price when you switch - and give you an additional 10% off.

SmallWeb's hosting utilises the DirectAdmin control panel with Softaculous, Let's Encrypt and CloudLinux in UK/AU.

SmallWeb Shared Hosting Features:

  • Latest DirectAdmin
  • SSD or NVMe Storage
  • Free Let’s Encrypt SSL
  • Free Daily Backups
  • CloudLinux LVE
  • Multi PHP Selector
  • MariaDB SQL
  • IPv6 Supported
  • UK Based Support
  • ClamAV Virus Scanner
  • SpamAssasin Filters
  • Unlimited Email Accounts
  • Unlimited SQL Databases
  • Free Softaculous Apps
  • Dedicated IP for £2/mo

How Do I Claim This Promotion?

Contact us with: your old service's pricing and specification, proof of service pricing and your desired location.

  • Your previous service must not be a one time discounted plan.
  • Your previous service must be of similar specification to the service you want.
  • Services that are part of a recurring promotion will be accepted case-by-case.

SmallWeb's Shared Hosting Plan

½GB SSD/NVMe
1 Domain Names
100GB Bandwidth
£3.00/Year

1GB SSD/NVMe
10 Domain Names
250GB Bandwidth
£6.00/Year

2GB SSD/NVMe
20 Domain Names
500GB Bandwidth
£1.00/Month

5GB SSD/NVMe
Unlimited Domains
1TB Bandwidth
£2.00/Month

View our Shared Hosting plans

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  • Nice! Most of the shared hosting I've seen in AU is based out of OVH in Sydney, but you offer premium Melbourne on trewq's insanely fine tuned network.

    Anyone taking this would see an instant performance improvement in my experience. The truth is the only shared hosting I have in AU is from @SmallWeb already so I can't really beat that.

    I wish you all the best with this @SmallWeb and I look forward to seeing what deals can be done here

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  • SmallWebSmallWeb Hosting ProviderOG
    edited January 8

    @dahartigan said: Nice! Most of the shared hosting I've seen in AU is based out of OVH in Sydney, but you offer premium Melbourne on trewq's insanely fine tuned network.

    It's quality potassium I haven't quite seen the likes of before. Thank you for your kind words and support <3

    Please deem this price match promotion a permanent fixture to SmallWeb, I have created a draft page here.

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    Michael from SmallWeb

  • @SmallWeb said:

    @dahartigan said: Nice! Most of the shared hosting I've seen in AU is based out of OVH in Sydney, but you offer premium Melbourne on trewq's insanely fine tuned network.

    It's quality potassium I haven't quite seen the likes of before. Thank you for your kind words and support <3

    Please deem this price match promotion a permanent fixture to SmallWeb, I have created a draft page here.

    That page looks good! Didn't trigger any of my OCD spelling/grammar attacks :-D

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    @dahartigan said:

    @SmallWeb said:

    @dahartigan said: Nice! Most of the shared hosting I've seen in AU is based out of OVH in Sydney, but you offer premium Melbourne on trewq's insanely fine tuned network.

    It's quality potassium I haven't quite seen the likes of before. Thank you for your kind words and support <3

    Please deem this price match promotion a permanent fixture to SmallWeb, I have created a draft page here.

    That page looks good! Didn't trigger any of my OCD spelling/grammar attacks :-D

    That's the kindest thing anyone could ever say.

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    Michael from SmallWeb

  • @dahartigan said:

    @SmallWeb said:

    @dahartigan said: Nice! Most of the shared hosting I've seen in AU is based out of OVH in Sydney, but you offer premium Melbourne on trewq's insanely fine tuned network.

    It's quality potassium I haven't quite seen the likes of before. Thank you for your kind words and support <3

    Please deem this price match promotion a permanent fixture to SmallWeb, I have created a draft page here.

    That page looks good! Didn't trigger any of my OCD spelling/grammar attacks :-D

    Et tu, OCD!!

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  • SmallWebSmallWeb Hosting ProviderOG

    Ich freue mich darauf, dieses Angebot in Europa zu erweitern. Jan/Feb

    Michael from SmallWeb

  • SmallWebSmallWeb Hosting ProviderOG
    edited January 8

    Now that the price limit is decided, the next order of a 20GB Reseller Plan (Free .COM for 1 year + Free Blesta monthly) is £5.30/m ($6.94).

    https://smallweb.net/reseller.html - Use code LESRESELLER and ticket for freebies!

    Michael from SmallWeb

  • @SmallWeb said:
    Now that the price limit is decided, the next order of a 20GB Reseller Plan (Free .COM for 1 year + Free Blesta monthly) is £5.30/m ($6.94).

    https://smallweb.net/reseller.html - Use code LESRESELLER and ticket for freebies!

    Dear Michael what are the CloudLinux resource limits on the reseller plans?

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  • poissonpoisson OG
    edited January 9

    @dahartigan said:
    That page looks good! Didn't trigger any of my OCD spelling/grammar attacks :-D

    This intrigued the copy-editor in me, so I decided subject that page to the test of my six years of news reporting and editing hell under the personal supervision of the former executive editor of the largest daily in Florida. The parts below should be amended and I explain why. I will stick to UK English for spelling.

    SmallWeb will match your previous web hosting plans price when you switch - and give you an additional 10% off.

    You used a hyphen instead of a dash. Hyphens are typically used to join two or more words together to collectively function as one unit, e.g. good-for-nothing husband.

    Register for an account with SmallWeb through our client area.

    The preposition "for" is unnecessary.

    Your previous service must not be part of a one time discounted plan.

    Hyphen required between the words "one" and "time". Explanation given above.

    Your previous service must be of similar specification to the service you want.

    The KISS principle: "Your previous service must be similar to the service you want."

    You can contact us through LiveChat, Email or via Client Support Ticket.

    Unnecessary capitalisation hinders reading.

    SmallWeb accepts Debit and Credit Card payments through PayPal and United Kingdom Bank Transfers.

    Unnecessary capitalisation again.

    Yes, Dedicated IP's are available at a cost of £2.00 per month or £24.00 per year.

    First issue: unnecessary capitalization. Next issue: the plural form should be "IPs". The apostrophe changes the noun to a possessive form instead of a plural form.

    Lastly, I have left out quite a number of issues that are mostly comma-related because I think I can live with them.

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  • @poisson said:

    @dahartigan said:
    That page looks good! Didn't trigger any of my OCD spelling/grammar attacks :-D

    This intrigued the copy-editor in me, so I decided subject that page to the test of my six years of news reporting and editing hell under the personal supervision of the former executive editor of the largest daily in Florida. The parts below should be amended and I explain why. I will stick to UK English for spelling.

    SmallWeb will match your previous web hosting plans price when you switch - and give you an additional 10% off.

    You used a hyphen instead of a dash. Hyphens are typically used to join two or more words together to collectively function as one unit, e.g. good-for-nothing husband.

    Register for an account with SmallWeb through our client area.

    The preposition "for" is unnecessary.

    Your previous service must not be part of a one time discounted plan.

    Hyphen required between the words "one" and "time". Explanation given above.

    Your previous service must be of similar specification to the service you want.

    The KISS principle: "Your previous service must be similar to the service you want."

    You can contact us through LiveChat, Email or via Client Support Ticket.

    Unnecessary capitalisation hinders reading.

    SmallWeb accepts Debit and Credit Card payments through PayPal and United Kingdom Bank Transfers.

    Unnecessary capitalisation again.

    Yes, Dedicated IP's are available at a cost of £2.00 per month or £24.00 per year.

    First issue: unnecessary capitalization. Next issue: the plural form should be "IPs". The apostrophe changes the noun to a possessive form instead of a plural form.

    Lastly, I have left out quite a number of issues that are mostly comma-related because I think I can live with them.

    TIL there are others out there like me lol

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  • @dahartigan said:
    TIL there are others out there like me lol

    Pedants aplenty in newsrooms.

    The funny thing, though, is that many people actually think their English is excellent and find it fitting to teach me a thing or two. I recently had a journal paper returned with some comments about the English and guess what? Those comments contain grammatical mistakes that the reviewer didn't realize.

    Dunning-Kruger effect is more common than we think.

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  • SmallWebSmallWeb Hosting ProviderOG
    edited January 9

    SmallWeb will match your previous web hosting plans price when you switch - and give you an additional 10% off.

    You used a hyphen instead of a dash. Hyphens are typically used to join two or more words together to collectively function as one unit, e.g. good-for-nothing husband.

    Register for an account with SmallWeb through our client area.

    The preposition "for" is unnecessary.

    Agreed. Title was correct, decsription was padded for no reaosn.

    Your previous service must not be part of a one time discounted plan.

    Hyphen required between the words "one" and "time". Explanation given above.

    Done-diddily done. Thanks for helping me add consistency.
    With this, I have "30-Day Refund Policy" but my package descriptions are "30 Day" so I need to fix that too.

    Your previous service must be of similar specification to the service you want.

    The KISS principle: "Your previous service must be similar to the service you want."
    Unnecessary capitalisation hinders reading.
    Unnecessary capitalisation again.

    Yes, Dedicated IP's are available at a cost of £2.00 per month or £24.00 per year.

    First issue: unnecessary capitalization. Next issue: the plural form should be "IPs". The apostrophe changes the noun to a possessive form instead of a plural form.
    Lastly, I have left out quite a number of issues that are mostly comma-related because I think I can live with them.

    All should be sorted. Thank you. Maybe I'll have a look at those commas.

    @poisson said:

    @dahartigan said:
    TIL there are others out there like me lol

    Pedants aplenty in newsrooms.

    The funny thing, though, is that many people actually think their English is excellent and find it fitting to teach me a thing or two. I recently had a journal paper returned with some comments about the English and guess what? Those comments contain grammatical mistakes that the reviewer didn't realize.

    Dunning-Kruger effect is more common than we think.

    I can't take any of your advice seriously when you're up here using zeds in your realise. :tongue:

    Cheers boss.

    Edit: If you want to settle a debate with me.. "Email" or "E-mail"?

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    Michael from SmallWeb

  • @SmallWeb said:
    I can't take any of your advice seriously when you're up here using zeds in your realise. :tongue:

    Cheers boss.

    Edit: If you want to settle a debate with me.. "Email" or "E-mail"?

    I absolutely abhor switching between the language of the Queen and the language of the rebels. In my defense, English in academia has mostly been corrupted by the language of the rebels, so I unconsciously slipped into their foul vernacular when discussing a topic related to academia. Forgive me, mi lord.

    Actually, the debate between the spelling of email and e-mail ain't half as controversial as the debate on whether the word is a noun or verb.

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  • @poisson said:
    Dunning-Kruger effect is more common than we think.

    Are you pro, or against the Oxford comma?

    My pronouns are asshole/asshole/asshole. I will give you the same courtesy.

  • SmallWebSmallWeb Hosting ProviderOG

    @WSS said:

    @poisson said:
    Dunning-Kruger effect is more common than we think.

    Are you pro, or against the Oxford comma?

    "Who gives a fuck about an Oxford comma"

    Michael from SmallWeb

  • Did punctuation hurt you as a child, Mic-hael? Did it force itself upon you?

    My pronouns are asshole/asshole/asshole. I will give you the same courtesy.

  • SmallWebSmallWeb Hosting ProviderOG

    @WSS said:
    Did punctuation hurt you as a child, Mic-hael? Did it force itself upon you?

    I did English after I left big boy school. I just don't always apply it.

    Michael from SmallWeb

  • vyasvyas OG
    edited January 9

    @smallweb said
    With this, I have "30-Day Refund Policy" but my package descriptions are "30 Day" so I need to fix that too.

    These days my eyes autocorrect Refund to Refound.

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  • @WSS said:

    @poisson said:
    Dunning-Kruger effect is more common than we think.

    Are you pro, or against the Oxford comma?

    The rule is always clarity, unless you would like the strippers, JFK and Stalin, at your party.

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  • @SmallWeb said:

    @WSS said:

    @poisson said:
    Dunning-Kruger effect is more common than we think.

    Are you pro, or against the Oxford comma?

    "Who gives a fuck about an Oxford comma"

    A lot of people are fucked by the Oxford comma because they didn't give a fuck. Ask JFK and Stalin.

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  • @poisson said:
    The rule is always clarity, unless you would like the strippers, JFK and Stalin, at your party.

    That, however, is not correct, and you know it. Why did you place a comma after Stalin? Just respect, I suppose.

    My pronouns are asshole/asshole/asshole. I will give you the same courtesy.

  • poissonpoisson OG
    edited January 10

    @WSS said:

    @poisson said:
    The rule is always clarity, unless you would like the strippers, JFK and Stalin, at your party.

    That, however, is not correct, and you know it. Why did you place a comma after Stalin? Just respect, I suppose.

    You are right. I made a mistake there, although I qualify that it is an honest mistake due to force of habit.

    I removed the Oxford comma originally as a demonstration but copy-editing is so ingrained that I apparently self-corrected unconsciously by setting off the words "JFK and Stalin" with a pair of commas to illustrate that without the Oxford comma, JFK and Stalin become a compound modifier that describes the strippers. In doing so, I messed up the original grammatical structure; if the Oxford comma is inserted as a correction, the other comma to set off the compound modifier is incorrect and needs to be removed. This paradox became apparent after my brains were re-wired with your comment.

    A better phrasing that will never run into this problem is: "... unless you would like to have at your party the strippers, JFK and Stalin."

    I don't know if I should be happy or sad that the copy-editor in me haunts me everywhere, even when I deliberately attempt a mistake for illustration purposes. Grrr.. pardon me while I take a moment to self-flagellate for that bit of tardiness.

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  • @poisson said:
    I don't know if I should be happy or sad that the copy-editor in me haunts me everywhere, even when I deliberately attempt a mistake for illustration purposes. Grrr.. pardon me while I take a moment to self-flagellate for that bit of tardiness.

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    My pronouns are asshole/asshole/asshole. I will give you the same courtesy.

  • @SmallWeb said:
    Now that the price limit is decided, the next order of a 20GB Reseller Plan (Free .COM for 1 year + Free Blesta monthly) is £5.30/m ($6.94).

    https://smallweb.net/reseller.html - Use code LESRESELLER and ticket for freebies!

    Dear Michael what are the CloudLinux resource limits on those reseller plans?

    Recommend: SmallWeb|BuyVM|Linode|RamNode

  • SmallWebSmallWeb Hosting ProviderOG

    @vpsgeek said:

    @SmallWeb said:
    Now that the price limit is decided, the next order of a 20GB Reseller Plan (Free .COM for 1 year + Free Blesta monthly) is £5.30/m ($6.94).

    https://smallweb.net/reseller.html - Use code LESRESELLER and ticket for freebies!

    Dear Michael what are the CloudLinux resource limits on those reseller plans?

    Hello there, for the locations with CloudLinux (London and Melbourne) limits between 10Mb/s - 20Mb/s I/O, 1-2GB RAM, 25% CPU, 20 EP.

    I'm glad to see this thread turn into a linguistical debate. Some unfortunate events occured yesterday and I would like to focus more of my efforts and attention on increasing the quality of what I offer and implementing sufficient contingency planning. As part of this, I think I will be temporarily pausing my regularly scheduled shit posting and taking some time away to correctly build a business. I can't say I won't U turn and be back next week but less than one year in to my company now is the time to set it up to be a reliable service for years to come.

    I'm very thankful for the tremendous support I've received from customers and friends over the past 24 hours.

    Some notes before I hop off..

    • The reseller has changed so you now select a location as a configurable option. This isn't functional in Blesta, so provisioning is manual.

    • I recently started limiting the £3 shared plan to 1 domain name and this has now been reverted back to 5 domain names.

    • All 2GB shared hosting accounts now have unlimited domains and unmetered (fair usage) bandwidth assigned to them.

    I will be active at the "SmallWebHost" Twitter account for company related announcements, I don't typically post rants.

    See you soon friends :)

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    Michael from SmallWeb

  • vyasvyas OG
    edited January 11

    @SmallWeb said:

    I will be active at the "SmallWebHost" Twitter account for company related announcements, I don't typically post rants.

    See you soon friends :)

    Cheers

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  • @SmallWeb said:
    I'm very thankful for the tremendous support I've received from customers and friends over the past 24 hours.

    Humans do make mistakes but the good thing is you admitted it & I have full confidence that you will be rated among top notch providers in this community

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  • SmallWebSmallWeb Hosting ProviderOG
    edited February 2

    Hey friends. I checked stock earlier and there are only five of the email plans available (DirectAdmin, 5GB, CrossBox, RainLoop & RoundCube). It's through a MXroute reseller promo so I do not know about expansion going forward, might have to set a new plan up with reevaluated pricing. However.. here's 25% off with code "FEB25". (25% off £9.99/year). 😁
    https://smallweb.net/portal/order/main/packages/email/?group_id=31

    Very much still working to improve shared hosting services and I welcome your feedback.

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    Michael from SmallWeb

  • @vyas said:

    @smallweb said
    With this, I have "30-Day Refund Policy" but my package descriptions are "30 Day" so I need to fix that too.

    These days my eyes autocorrect Refund to Refound.

    Me too, and I giggle like a little girl when I do

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