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Pair Networks is United States-based hosting company. They offer the following services: Shared Hosting, VPS, Cloud Hosting, CDN, Resellers. Their servers are placed in Pittsburgh. 75% of user reviews who used Pair Networks are positive.

Focused on You.
Rock-Solid Reliability.

Pro-Consumer Policies

We deliver fair, predictable, transparent web hosting that doesn’t include hidden fees, gimmicky introductory pricing, contracts, or account change penalties.

Reach Out Any Time

Contact Pair and work with a real human working locally in our Pittsburgh-based facilities.
Working for You Around the Clock

We work 24/7 to monitor our servers, datacenter, and network to give you great speed, reliability, security, and uptime.

Online Since 1995

25 years in web hosting is forever. We’ve seen and survived it all. Count on us to be around the next 25 years, too.

Local, Never-Outsourced Support
Since going online in 1995, Pair has been committed to providing amazing, local, never-outsourced support.

Our support techs work in the same facilities as our Pittsburgh datacenter. Support techs are on site 24/7 and never more than a short walk across the hall from your server. It doesn’t get much more local than that.

One-Call Solutions
Help for your whole account.

We pride ourselves on going the extra mile. Support techs are trained in the third party software we offer, including WordPress. Plus, by offering first-party, custom-built software solutions for our account control software, SSL and domains interfaces, you can talk directly to the people who know our products best — us. You just need to make one call and you can access all the help you need.

It’s All About the Uptime
Sometimes the best support is the support you never need to call.

That’s why we monitor our network, servers, and datacenter 24/7 for performance, security, and most importantly — uptime. When problems are detected, we have staff working around the clock to take care of things. You can rest easy, even if we’re still up.


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