Good-Host has offered web hosting for over eleven years. This includes shared hosting, Linux and Windows VPS, and dedicated servers, plus associated services such as domain registration and SSL certificates.
Although this provider’s website is in Russian, you can switch between four currencies (USD, EUR, RUB, and UAH), and the cart area supports English.
Features and Ease of Use
Good-Host offers four shared hosting plans, five KVM VPS Linux plans, four SSD NVMe-based Windows VPS, and eleven dedicated servers. The shared hosting plans provide you with:
- Three to unlimited hosted websites
- Russian-language ISPmanager or cPanel control panel
- 10 GB to 40 GB SSD disk space
- 100+ Mbps bandwidth
- Quarter-core to 1-core CPU power
- Unlimited mailboxes
- Version selector for PHP 5.2 to 7.2
- Unlimited MySQL databases with remote access
- Daily or biweekly backups (depending on the control panel)
- Firewall, spam filtering, ClamAV (antivirus), and malware detection
- Free SSL certificate
- Free website transfer
The hosting plans support all popular CMSes such as WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, OpenCart, PrestaShop, osCommerce, MODX, phpBB, and MediaWiki. Even the initial tariff allows you to build dynamic database-backed websites and well as static websites based only on HTML. Besides being able to host a MySQL+PHP powered website, you also get access to the .htaccess and php.ini configuration files.
Several security measures on in place to protect your hosting account, including protection against brute force attacks, the ModSecurity toolset for intrusion detection, and site isolation.
Good-Host’s virtual servers (VPS) allow you to install any operating system and additional software. Some of the dedicated servers use NVMe SSDs for performance and reliability.
Pricing and Support
Good-Host’s shared hosting plans start cheap, and you can pay for them on monthly to biennial billing cycles via various methods, including payment orders, checks, PayPal, credit cards, QIWI, and WebMoney. Shared hosting (but not VPS or a dedicated servers) can be tried for free for 14 days, but you have to select this option at the checkout.
You can contact this company via Viber, Telegram, or live chat, and you can get technical and financial support from 8 am to midnight by email or support ticket. Although I had to ask Google to translate the Russian responses, I found that the live chat support was pretty efficient:
For self-support, you can check out this provider’s frequently asked questions that include some tutorial-style posts.