Polish hosting provider Angry Bytes was founded in 2013. Its Polish-language website, which presents all prices in Polish zloty, advertises WordPress hosting, e-commerce hosting, Linux server administration, and backup services. Servers sit in three Polish data centers.
Features and Ease of Use
Angry Bytes offers three “Tani” (meaning “cheap”) shared hosting plans that provide these features:
- 99% uptime guarantee
- Free SSL certificate
- SSD storage
- Daily backups
- MariaDB database
- Unlimited mailboxes
These hosting plans are suitable for small websites and blogs. The smallest plan includes 1 GB disk space, 10 GB monthly data transfer, and one web page. At the other end of the scale, the largest plan provides 10 GB disk space, 40 GB data transfer per month, and it lets you create a website with up to five pages.
SSD storage ensures peak performance, you get daily backups to safeguard your data, and security comes courtesy of a free SSL certificate and an application firewall.
Although it’s not obvious, I confirmed with customer services that you get a website builder (so you don’t have to code your website from scratch) and the Softaculous installer (so you can install WordPress or a similar CMS).
If you really want WordPress, you might be better off signing up for one of the WordPress hosting plans that come with NVMe storage, four-times-per-day backups, a CDN, DDoS protection, SEO tools, and more. Disk space ranges from 20 GB to unlimited, and bandwidth goes from 50 GB to unlimited.
Pricing and Support
Although the Angry Bytes website presents annual prices, you can pay for plans on billing cycles from monthly to triennial. There is no money-back guarantee by default, but a “refund can be discussed” if you’re dissatisfied, so be wary about making a major commitment. That said, the hosting prices are dirt-cheap compared with Polish and international competitors, so that’s a good reason to sign up.
You should be able to summon 24/7 technical support by telephone, ticket, or email, but the sales team is only available via live chat during business hours. I got quick answers to my questions via the live chat channel:
It’s a good thing that the one-to-one support is so promising because self-support resources seem to be non-existent.