SetraHost’s website supports English, but its WHMCompleteSolution-powered cart area supports twenty-five additional languages.
Features and Ease of Use
SetraHost offers three shared hosting plans, three managed WordPress hosting plans, and three reseller hosting plans. The three shared hosting plans provide you with:
- One to unlimited hosted domains
- cPanel control panel
- 10 GB to unlimited NVMe SSD Storage
- 100 GB to unmetered monthly bandwidth
- Free SSL
- Daily backups
You get the feature-packed SitePad website builder for free, so you can create your website from 350+ responsive themes, no coding required. Alternatively, the one-click app installer lets you install more than 400 CMS and other apps, including WordPress.
Since the shared hosting plans are optimized for WordPress websites, you can expect a 30-fold performance improvement compared with other kinds of hosting. Other performance improvements are provided by LiteSpeed WebServer, Cloudflare Railgun, and SSD NVMe storage.
The enterprise-level DDoS protection and anti-malware system combine to help secure your site against malicious attacks. The stated 99.9% uptime is just average for the industry, but this host’s uptime page showed uptime of up to 99.993% for the previous seven days when I looked.
Pricing and Support
SetraHost’s shared hosting plans are slightly pricey, but they might not be bad value for the unlimited resources (MySQL databases, subdomains, email addresses, and FTP accounts) that you get.
Pay for your plan (priced in U.S. dollars) using PayPal or a credit card on a monthly, annual, or triennial billing cycle. You get a free domain when you choose triennial billing on the Starter and Evolve plans or when you choose yearly billing on the Business plan. The longer the commitment, the bigger the discount, and the 30-day money-back guarantee (with its implicit “get out” opportunity) might make you feel better about making a commitment.
You should be able to summon 24/7 customer support via telephone, ticket, email, or online form, but my test ticket submission received no response. If you have to resort to self-support, you will find a sparsely-populated knowledge base: