THAI DATA HOSTING (this company likes its capital letters) is a hosting brand of Thailand Company Data Enterprise Co., Ltd. Its website says that it was founded in the year 2550, which is either a typo or an indication that its engineers have invented a time machine. The company’s social media profiles can’t clarify this issue because its Facebook page is “not found” and its Twitter account has been suspended.
THAI DATA HOSTING’s Thai-language website is attractive, and it displays prices in Thai baht.
Features and Ease of Use
The website advertises two kinds for cloud hosting: Cloud Linux Hosting Fusion and Cloud Linux Hosting VIP. The first is suitable for small websites whereas the second is better for big websites with heavy traffic. The three Fusion plans provide 5 GB to 20 GB storage space, and the three VIP plans provide 16 GB to 64 GB storage space. The two kinds of hosting have the following features in common:
- SSD storage
- Unlimited bandwidth
- Unlimited FTP accounts
- 99.99% uptime guarantee
- Free SSL certificate
- Automatic backups (daily for VIP and weekly for Fusion)
- DirectAdmin control panel
- Softaculous installer
Cloud hosting subscriptions come with the DirectAdmin control panel rather than the more popular cPanel, but it does the same job of helping you manage your website files, FTP accounts, email accounts, and domains. The control panel includes the Softaculous application installer for popular apps, including WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, PrestaShop, Magento, TYPO3, and phpBB.
Pricing and Support
THAI DATA HOSTING’s hosting plans are affordable for the features you get, and understandably, the VIP plans are priced higher than the Fusion plans. You can pay for plans by bank transfer on billing cycles from one to three years, with lower prices for longer billing cycles.
You can contact this company by telephone, ticket, or email, but my exploratory email received no response. Fortunately, there is a decent knowledge base for self-support purposes: