18 User Reviews
|Hosting Plan||Features||Disk Space||Bandwidth||Price|
|Omnis Linux Plan Shared||
|Omnis Windows Plan Shared||
|Basic Linux VPS Shared||
|Plus Linux VPS Shared||
|Premium Linux VPS Shared||
|Basic Windows VPS Shared||
|Plus Windows VPS Shared||
|Premium Windows VPS Shared||
They offer shared, VPS, dedicated, and colocation hosting in a range of tiers. Generally, a higher spend will get you more disk space, bandwidth, and RAM. They do not offer any reseller-specific plans.
Yes they do. All their plans are offered as either Windows or Linux servers depending on what you need.
No, they don’t have a specific service for site migrations. However, there is a lot of documentation through their knowledgebase to help you. For domain transfers, they do have a service for that that carries a small one-off additional cost.
Colocation hosting is when you bring your own server and base it in their datacenter. It's like renting physical space rather than renting server space. But it includes things like physical security and internet bandwidth.
All plans with them include 24/7 live chat, a knowledge base and phone support. There's also email support.
On their shared hosting page they do say they have a 99.99% uptime guarantee.
However, this is not found in the SLA or the terms of service. Therefore, there is no binding uptime guarantee. Contact customer service for more information.
Yes, they have a 30-day money-back guarantee for their shared plans. The refund covers purchased services but excludes any domain registration fees.
It means that there's no upper limit on disk space or bandwidth so long as you are in accordance with their acceptable use policy and their terms of service.
However, within their terms of service they do outline a limit for how many files can be stored on their servers. Each customer can store 81,920 files.
Their datacenter is in Arizona. The company is headquartered in California.
All major applications including, WordPress and Magento can be installed via the control panel with one-click. Omnis uses Installatron as their one-click installer provider. This service is included in all plans.
Yes. They use their own custom built proprietary control panel for all shared hosting plans, Windows and Linux alike. VPS and dedicated servers on Linux have cpanel/WHM or DirectAdmin at an additional cost.
Yes. They use SiteBuilder to help customers build a small site quickly. However, the free version only includes 3 pages. To build a larger site, you need to upgrade SiteBuilder for a monthly cost. They also offer site design services.
Depending on what OS you opt for, they offer PHP, Python, Perl, Ruby, Dynamic HTML, ASP, and .NET.
Their shared hosting is billed either annually or biennially. VPS and dedicated hosting are billed monthly. Colocation billing varies; customer support for details.
Yes, a longer contract will get you a small discount.
Not many. Omnis does back up their shared server accounts, but charges a sizable fee for customers to access those files and doesn’t guarantee everything is backed up. They recommend you back up your site somewhere else.
Each shared account comes with a shared SSL with the option to buy a premium SSL certificate.
Their servers are all protected by 24/7 proactive and reactive monitoring.
For their dedicated servers, customers have the option to buy a firewall service for an additional cost.
No, they do not. However, customers can independently purchase a service like Cloudflare relatively easily.
Omnis Network offers domain registration, transfer, and renewal services as well as domain privacy protection for an additional cost.
Aside from the first year, no. Domain registration costs will be added on to your monthly bill after 12 months of service.