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NameHost aims to meet the hosting needs of mainly Romanian customers. Web hosting, radio servers, VPS, domain services, web design, and Android applications: get it all at NameHost.
NameHost’s Romanian-language website doesn’t say when this company was founded, but a Facebook account with the same name (and a corresponding website link) has postings going back as far as 2011. This provider’s WHMCS-powered client area can be translated into more than 20 languages.
Features and Ease of Use
NameHost offers four SSD web hosting plans, eight radio streaming servers, and four VPS plans. The web hosting plans provide you with:
- 99.9% guaranteed uptime
- 5 GB to 20 GB SSD storage
- Five to unlimited parked domains
- Unlimited webmail
- Unlimited monthly traffic
- Unlimited databases
- Free SSL certificates
- DNS zone management
- DDoS protection
- Daily file backups
You don’t get beginner-friendly features such as a website builder and one-click installer with these plans, which may be because NameHost offers web design services along with logo design and search engine optimization. It can also create mobile applications.
As well as web hosting, you can get a VPS solution or a radio server plan to host your own internet radio station.
To provide you with peak performance, NameHost’s Intel Xeon-powered servers use super-fast and reliable SSD storage that consumes less energy and is many times faster than traditional HDD storage.
Pricing and Support
NameHost’s web hosting plans are competitively priced. You can pay for them in Romanian leu or euros by bank transfer or credit/debit card on billing cycles from monthly to annual. You get a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Contact the customer support team during working hours on weekdays and at weekends via telephone, email, live chat, and an online contact support form. Unfortunately, my exploratory email went unanswered, and the “frequent questions” knowledge base is empty: