SNET is a Turkish web hosting company founded in 2008. It offers a range of hosting solutions, including shared and reseller hosting (for Linux and Windows), VPS hosting, dedicated servers, domain registration, and other hosting-related services. All its servers are in Turkey.
SNET’s website is available in both English and Turkish, and all prices are in Turkish lira.
Features and Ease of Use
SNET delivers its Linux shared hosting via three plans – Budget, Economy, and Professional. These plans mainly vary in hosted websites, storage, and monthly bandwidth.
While the Budget and Economy plans are limited in these areas, the Professional plan comes with unlimited storage and bandwidth. Other than that, all three plans share the following features:
- Softaculous auto-installer
- 99.99% uptime guarantee
- SSD storage
- Free website builder
- Free SSL certificates
- Free weekly backups
- Free website migration
SNET’s Windows shared hosting plans are very similar to the Linux plans. It comes in three levels with the same names (Budget, Economic, and Professional). Plus, they include the same specifications.
The most noticeable differences are that the Linux plans come with cPanel while the Windows plans come with Plesk, and the Windows plans don’t include a free website builder.
Speaking of cPanel and Plesk, both control panels are well-known for a user-friendly management interface – one of the main reasons they are considered the most commonly used control panels among hosting providers.
The Linux plans come with another popular plugin – the Softaculous auto-installer. Softaculous is known for its ease of use and numerous supported applications and scripts. These include WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Magento, and hundreds more.
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Pricing and Support
SNET’s overall prices are affordable considering its wide range of features when compared to the market average. You can choose to be billed monthly, quarterly, or annually with all plans, and if you go with the annual billing cycle, it comes at a lower average monthly cost.
The payment options are credit/debit card, money order, or Papara, and you get a 7-day money-back guarantee with all plans.
Even though SNET’s website is informative, I was disappointed to find its knowledgebase empty, which led me to contact customer support. Support is available through live chat, phone, email, and support tickets. Unfortunately, the live chat is not always available. Luckily, I was able to get through, and the agent I was connected to was very polite, professional, and on point.