AccuWebHosting Offers PHP 7 Hosting

If you are following recent PHP developments, you must be aware of the latest PHP version (PHP 7) which is released on 3rd December 2015. Following a tradition of offering the latest platform to our customers, we are officially announcing support for PHP 7 in our Linux Shared Hosting packages. It’s worth to mention here that not many providers offer you an option to work with PHP 7 in a production environment.

All our Linux shared hosting plans offer you a choice of PHP version to be used in your project. With our Linux Shared hosting packages, you can easily set your choice of PHP version separately for each of your websites. You can choose these 7 PHP versions (PHP 7, PHP 5.6, PHP 5.5. PHP 5.4, PHP 5.3, PHP 5.2 and PHP 5.1) and easily switch to the one that is compatible with your website/applications. Here is the list of AccuWebHosting plans supporting PHP 7.

Web Hosting Plan PHP 7 Support
Windows Shared Hosting   
Linux Shared Hosting  
WordPress Hosting  
Linux VPS Hosting with Plesk  
Linux VPS Hosting with cPanel  
Windows VPS Hosting with WebsitePanel/SolidCP  On Request
Windows VPS Hosting with Plesk  
Dedicated Server Hosting  On Request



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