NonameHost is a Lithuanian based web hosting vendor who offers a wide array of hosting services and solutions from three data centers in Germany and Lithuania. Currently, it has over 25,000 happy clients and an outstanding 10,000+ live chats. The website is in English but also allows for translations to Polish and Lithuanian.
Features and Ease of Use
This vendor offers solutions and services in VPS, shared hosting, and dedicated servers. The shared hosting packages have been designed to give you a secure and simplified hosting experience. Here are some of the provided features to help you get started fast:
phpMyAdmin and phpPgAdmin for full control of your databases
- Multiple PHP version support
- Apache, Node.js, LiteSpeed, and Tomcat options
- Scheduled backups
- Easy SSL certificate setup
The shared hosting comes with a user-friendly and secure Plesk 17.0 control panel to simplify management of your website and hosting accounts. You will also get to choose between MySQL or PostgreSQL databases and any PHP version that will best suit your needs. Moreover, you will also enjoy installing your favorite applications from over 150+ applications with the one-click installer.
NonameHosts clearly goes the extra mile to ensure that you get high performing services. To begin with, its hosting features the HP ProLiant Enterprise-level servers with multi-core Intel Xeon processors to optimize performance. Additionally, its hosting also features fully redundant RAID-10 hardware for increased storage performance with 99.9% uptime.
As far as online security and protection are concerned, it features state-of-the-art online protection software and hardware to keep you safe from hackers, botnets, spammers, and DDoS threats. These include ModSecurity, Outbound Antispam, Fail2Ban, and ServerShield. Customers also get the special privilege of using CloudFlare CDN which increases loading speeds and helps save up to 60% on bandwidth.
Pricing and Support
NonameHost’s web hosting packages are slightly higher priced. It has four shared web hosting plans. The entry-level plan will get you 3GB disk space and 1TB monthly traffic, which isn’t so bad for a start. On the downside, this plan doesn’t support multi-domain hosting and only gives you a single mailbox and database each. However, it is good to see allowance for simplified setup of SSL certificates for any website and also scheduled backups.
Getting started is quite simple. First, you will be required to register (as a new user) and then complete a very simple order form with basic personal details. After this, you can edit your order before checking out.
The plans have one, three, six, twelve, twenty-four, and thirty-six month billing cycles with discounted prices on the longer terms. Payments can be processed via PayPal, Bitcoin, PaySera, and credit cards with a 14-day money-back guarantee. This will see to it that you get your money back if you aren’t happy with the service within the first two weeks.
There is a knowledge base link but unfortunately, it’s empty. However, The FAQ section tries to answer some of the common questions, but it has very few items on their shared hosting. You will, however, greatly benefit from the tutorial category (on their blog portal) to quickly get started.
This vendor prides itself on its customer support and holds a record of over 10,000 live chats with its customers. Customers are supported via live chat, tickets, phone, and email channels. Upon visiting the website, you will get a message prompt to start a conversation via live chat. I tested this out and wasn’t disappointed with the experience. The response time is on point with agents ready to fully answer customer questions.