Tech N Byte is fine, but fine is not good enough. While Tech N Byte is a decent web host, you can get better quality hosting at a cheaper price with Hostinger, for example.
Tech N Byte is a Bangladesh-based business that offers web hosting and a range of other digital services such as website development and SEO. Founded in 2016, this provider is a relatively recent entrant into the hosting scene whose modern website is in English.
Features and Ease of Use
Tech N Byte’s range of hosting services includes shared hosting, business hosting, reseller hosting, managed and unmanaged VPS, and dedicated servers. You can expect to find the following core features:
- 99.99% uptime guarantee
- Free scheduled backups
- Domain registration available
- Unlimited subdomains
- Free SSL certificates
- Up to 5 GB storage space
- Up to 500 GB monthly data transfer
The one-click installer allows you to install hundreds of programs, including the most popular CMS systems like WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal. I see no sign of a website building tool, which may be because Tech N Byte offers website development services which you can pay for.
Developers get support for unlimited MySQL databases, Ruby on Rails and Python, and PHP up to version 5.6. Also, FTP access.
A wealth of performance-enhancing features include SSD storage (for 10x faster data access than traditional HDD), and RAID configuration to guard against the risk of data loss in the event of a disk failure. The 99.99% uptime SLA is higher than the industry average.
Pricing and Support
Tech N Byte’s prices are a little lower than local and international competitors. Its hosting is Cloudflare CDN-ready, and you get a free SSL certificate.
Available billing cycles range from one month to three years, with lower fees for longer commitments. Besides the pretty good pricing, Tech N Byte offers free migration for up to three websites and free setup for your basic CMS system.
Customer support is supposedly 24/7 by live chat, ticket, and possibly telephone. However, I found the live chat to be offline when I wanted to try it at around 4 pm Bangladeshi time, and I received no reply to my exploratory email. For self-support, there is a knowledge base that is not particularly well populated: