Dominican Republic Web Hosting

Fast and reliable hosting services for websites

Dominican Republic hosting solutions for small business

Powerful, Secure and Reliable hosting services our customers can trust.

Cloud Hosting

Cloud Web Hosting

Starting At
$7.95/ month
  • 30 Day Money Back Guarantee
  • 99.95% Uptime SLA

Web Hosting

Free Drag And Drop Website Builder

Starting At
$6.95/ month
  • Free Website Builder
  • Over 200 Ready To Go Applications
  • PHP, NodeJS, Ruby, Perl and more!
  • Multiple Website Support
  • MySQL and PostgreSQL
  • 30 Day Money Back Guarantee
  • 99.95% Uptime SLA

Dedicated Servers

Managed Dedicated Website Hosting

Starting At
$72.00/ month
  • Dual Processors
  • Linux OS or Windows OS
  • cPanel/WHM, Plesk, Webmin/Virtualmin
  • Customize your hardware
  • Hardware and OS Support
  • 30 Day Money Back Guarantee
  • 99.95% Uptime SLA
 Hosting Solutions for Dominican Republic

Simply the best Dominican Republic hosting solution!

If you are looking for a reliable and trusted hosting partner, you are at the right place. Sectorlink is a privately owned and operated hosting company specializing in cloud web hosting, dedicated servers, cloud hosting, server colocation hosting, domain registration and SSL certificates. Our highly skilled team is available 24/7 hours a day, 365 days a year. No matter the hour of day we are here to make sure you are successful with exceptional service and support. Experience the Sectorlink difference.

Why Choose Sectorlink?

24x7 True Support

We are here to help you every step of the way by live chat, phone and email support tickets.  No matter the problem we are here to help resolve your issue.

No Outsourced Staff

We are a team of highly motivated developers and engineers with a strong background in the hosting and network infrastructure market. Our support staff is located in the U.S.A. at our Flint, Michigan headquarters.

Built For Performance

We designed and built our hosting infrastructure from the ground up.  So, we can guarantee our hosting will deliver blazing fast speeds and highest reliability.

Why Dominican Republic businesses and developers choose Sectorlink over the competition are our services and support.

Choose a service below for more information

Website builder hosting plans Web Hosting

Free Site Builder Included

From $6.65 per month

Feature-rich plans at very reasonable prices, you also have the ability to add additional websites to your account at no additional charge. Over 200 automated install applications.

Cloud web hosting plans Cloud Hosting

Enterprise level web hosting

From $7.95 per month

Host your website or multiple websites on one platform. Deploy websites on Apache (Linux) and IIS (Windows) on the same account.  Enterprise e-mail and much more.

Cloud server hosting plans Cloud Servers

Virtual Private Servers

From $10 per month

Cloud Servers are virtual machines running in the Sectorlink Cloud.  You can scale resources like CPU, memory, and storage up or down, based on your needs.

Managed dedicated server plans Dedicated Servers

Servers dedicated to you

From $79 per month

Host mission critical applications that do not share resources with other customers.  From single server to multi server clusters, we have you covered.

Server colocation hosting Server Colocation

Colocate your servers

From $55 per month

Colocate your company's web infrastructure for a fraction of the cost of managing your own data center. Gain performance and reliability while reducing your total overhead costs.

SSL certificates to secure websites SSL Certificates

Secure your data

From $30 per year

Highly trusted, stable 256 bit SSL Certificates suitable for all levels of eCommerce. Secure your web services today and gain the trust of your customers!

Have any questions

Let one of our in house associates help you choose the right plan to fit your needs.

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