Yeşilbeyaz’s website is in Turkish.
Features and Ease of Use
Yeşilbeyaz offers five Linux PHP shared hosting plans, five Windows ASP.NET shared hosting plans, eight reseller plans (four for each operating system), eight VDS server plans, and two dedicated server plans. It also offers three “Ready Site” packages that help you bring your website to life without technical knowledge.
With the four Linux shared hosting plans, you get:
- Turkish servers
- Redundant HP hardware
- Linux Centos x64
- One hosted domain
- 1 to 15 domain aliases and domain forwarding
- 250 MB to 2 GB web space
- 5 GB to 50 GB bandwidth
- 1 to 5 MySQL databases
- 2 to 40 POP3 mail accounts
- Automatic backups
- Antivirus and antispam protection
- Free website migration service
The two highest shared hosting packages — “Ideal” and “Extra” for Linux; “Professional” and “Expert” for Windows — provide you with free domain registration or transfer.
To get your website set up, the free script installation service lets you install several popular scripts (e.g., for a CMS such as WordPress). Alternatively, you can take advantage of the Ready Site packages to create your website without technical knowledge in as little as ten minutes.
If your chosen hosting plan isn’t sufficient for your needs, you can buy add-ons to increase your resource limits (i.e., monthly bandwidth, disk space, MySQL/MSSQL databases, and email accounts). You can scale up even further with a virtual dedicated server (VDS) or dedicated rental server that gives you SSH access for complete control.
Although this provider’s plan page mentions a 99.5% uptime guarantee, a support agent told me that it actually offers 98% uptime, which is way below the industry average.
Pricing and Support
Yeşilbeyaz’s shared hosting plans are cheap, but the same can’t be said about the enterprise plans. You can pay in Turkish lira using PayPal or your credit/debit card on annual, biennial, or triennial billing cycles. There is no money-back guarantee as far as I can see.
You can contact this company by telephone, ticket (for technical support), email, or live chat. Although the live chat was unavailable when I wanted to try it, I received a rapid response to my email message:
If you’re looking for self-help resources, you can check out the information center designed as a knowledge base. Additionally, there are remote assistance services available (using AeroAdmin and AnyDesk) to help you troubleshoot any problems you can’t resolve on your own.