BTS Telecom was established in 2004, and today this Romanian web hosting company offers a wide range of hosting services including colocation, game servers, SSL certificates, antispam filters, and an array of software licenses. Premium multi-core servers from DELL and HP, backed by a solid data center infrastructure and a technical team with extensive experience, allow BTS Telecom to offer top-notch products and services.
BTS Telecom’s website is in Romanian, but its client area can be translated into twenty-five additional languages.
Features and Ease of Use
BTS Telecom offers eight shared hosting plans, four reseller hosting plans, four VPS, four VDS, and ten dedicated servers. The four shared hosting plans provide you with:
- LiteSpeed Web Server
- CloudLinux OS
- cPanel control panel
- One to unlimited hosted domains
- 1 GB to 10 GB SSD storage
- Unlimited email accounts
- Free SSL certificate
- POP3, IMAP, and SMTP
- Cron jobs
- Webmail access
- PHP 5-7, Python, Perl, and Ruby on Rails
- ionCube Loader and Zend Optimizer
- 24-hour backups on an external server
All the hosting plans come with the Softaculous auto-installer that allows you to install a plethora of popular applications without having any technical expertise.
All servers are protected by Imunify360’s firewall, which uses artificial intelligence to identify new threats and shield your servers against several attacks. Also, RAID 10 for improved data resilience. The VDS plans provide root access for complete control over your hosting environment.
BTS Telecom’s 99.9% uptime guarantee is good but is no higher than the industry average.
Pricing and Support
BTS Telecom’s shared hosting plans are expensive; almost two to three times the industry average. You can pay in euros, on billing cycles from monthly to annual, via a range of payment methods. You get a free domain when you commit to at least quarterly billing. There is no money-back guarantee as far as I can see.
This company offers 24/7 customer support via telephone, ticket, email, or online contact form. Unfortunately, I failed to summon any pre-sales support via email or the online contact form. If you have to resort to self-support, you will find a reasonably well-stocked knowledge base: