I've been using GodsWeb for Web hosting since 2006. During that time I've hosted three different sites with the company and I still think they are excellent value for money.
I initially moved our church website to the hosting to make use of the generous web space and databases (at the time, you'd be charged per database by most hosting companies) and shortly after, I also moved my personal website onto their servers. A big part of the decision to support GodsWeb was that they are a Christian company. This means the company is run with good Christian values, but it doesn't affect end users. Beyond the company's homepage and your account page, there is no mention of the company name or branding and clients would only see a generic cPanel interface.
Although there have been some minor bumps along the way, I have found them to be very professional and I've had very few problems.
Where problems have occurred, I've had very quick resolution with the help of their support desk - generally these have been issues to do with non-standard htaccess configuration and SSL installation. I've also had a few issues with 3rd parties harvesting from the website and again, I was well supported with those issues.
In recent years, GodsWeb have impressed as they have become more professional in terms of their customer facing departments and I have no intention of moving my sites elsewhere.
GodsWeb use cPanel and softaculous for their control panel and installer. This means you have good access to all of the functions you'd need for your hosting - File manager/editor, databases, PHP versions and modules, DNS records etc. Softaculous also provide very simple installation of a good range of packages.
Where I've wanted to install a system not supported by Softaculous, the GodsWeb helpdesk supported me well in setting up the PHP Modules.
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