Personal Plan

Professional Plan

Organizational Plan

You can register or transfer a domain for just $15/year which includes ID protection.

You can host as many domains in a single hosting plan as you'd like! For Example:
- mydomain.com & mydomain.org
- course.mydomain.com & test.mydomain.com

If you need additional storage space, you can upgrade to the next largest hosting plan.




Reclaim Hosting captures 3 Daily Backups, 2 Weekly Backups & 2 Monthly Backups that you can request and restore from at any point. You also have the option to manually generate your own backups, make sure backups are taken before site upgrades, etc.

SSL Certificates are issued and renewed automatically via Let's Encrypt. Users also have the option within the SSL/TLS Manager to generate SSL certificates, certificate signing requests, and private keys.

All Reclaim Hosting customers are granted access to 150+ applications with a single click. See the full list here

You can create an unlimited number of email accounts associated with your domain name. For Example: [email protected], [email protected], etc.

Please keep in mind that Email is not a main focus at Reclaim Hosting. Users with mission critical email accounts are encouraged to route email through a third party email host such as G Suite.




As many databases as your storage quota allows!

You will be given a default SFTP account upon sign up, but have the ability to create additional directory-level FTP accounts from cPanel's User Manager viewer.

File Manager, Directory Privacy, Git Version Control, DNS Zone Editors, Database Wizards, Site Metrics, Error Log Reporting, SSH Access and more!

An "Entry Process" is how many PHP scripts you have running simultaneously on your account. Cron jobs, shell scripts, and site visitors are a few examples.




Perl Modules, Node.js, Python and Ruby

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Professional Services:
$ 50
  • - VIP Server
  • - Site Optimization
  • - Priority Support
  • - Malware Removal
  • - Software Installation
  • - Higher Resource Allocations