New Hosting Plans for 2016 launched!


Image courtesy of cookie__cutter at FreeDigitalPhotos.netOver the past few months we have been investing significantly in our hosting capability by increasing the number of servers we are running. As a result of this investment, we are now in a position where we can offer far superior hosting products, while maintaining great value for money!


So, without further ado, Webetecture are proud to announce a brand new line up of hosting plans:



Our entry-level ‘Standard’ hosting plan comes with 5GB of space and a domain of your choice.

This plan has been design to be ideal for individuals and small businesses, and comes with a very cost-effective price tag of just £1.99 per month! Order now



Next level up is our Premium plan which doubles the amount of space to 10GB, and still comes with a domain of your choosing at no extra cost!

This plan is, like our Standard plan, targeted for individuals and businesses, but for those who want to a little bit more with their web presence.

You can buy this great hosting plan for just £2.99 per month. Buy it now!



You might have guessed it already, but the Business plans have been designed with businesses in mind; businesses with a bigger online presence than the average individual or small business.


“Business” comes with 20GB of space, and a domain of your choice, for £3.99 per month.  Order Now


“Business Plus”

Business Plus comes with an enormous 30GB of web space, a .com domain of your choosing, and even includes an SSL certificate!

All these features make it the ideal hosting plan to launch your online store, from just £4.99 per month! Place your Order now



All our plans are feature packed

With any of our hosting plans, you will have access to a library of hundreds of one-click install applications (such as WordPress, Magento, Joomla, Drupal) and no limits on bandwidth, subdomains, number of mailboxes, number of databases and unlimited FTP account creation.


You can view all our hosting plans at:


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