Need a reliable web hosting? Four reasons why I recommend Fastcomet hosting: Customer friendly, Low cost, Many app/plug-ins, no web development experience? Go for Fastcomet
This article is a genuine user review, and the purpose is to save subscribers time that would otherwise be spent, on finding a reliable website hosting service. It took me about a month of browsing, reading other users’ reviews, and chatting up hosting sites, before finally settling with Fastcomet hosting. Why go through all that you ask? Well, most website hosting services offer a minimum of one year plan. That means you could be stuck with a lousy provider for at least a year. So it’s worth investing time to find something close to satisfactory.
With hundreds of alleged reliable host companies prowling the internet, identifying a good host is like finding a needle in a haystack. Yet that is a little inconvenience for anyone looking for a long-term hosting company. I highly recommend you do your own thorough research. However, if your concerns are in the areas customer service, cost, apps/plugins and little programing experience? Then I recommend Fastcomet Hosting. They are reliable in the long-term.
Two months in, and the customer support have not disappointed, and this is perhaps the number one reason I am writing this user review. Fastcomet Hosting services, has been so good that sometimes I worry if there is another motive. You know? The proverbial too good to be true. Every issue I have raised was quickly resolved professionally. You can see from the snapshot of my tickets (Tickets are basically a request for help). Sometimes, providers play nice in the beginning, only to snap after the “money back guarantee” period is over. I will do another update of this review to let you know if anything changed.
The cost of my plan with Fastcomet hosting is in equilibrium with my project, and my budget. I can afford 2.95 a month/ 3 years plan. There are other options, with different costs too. In addition to the reasonable cost, they are continually doing promotions, and providing discounts. So it’s possible get a better deal than I did. My only concern is the possibility of a price hike. It is a common practice with hosting companies, to hike price when demand boom.
Fastcomet uses the cPanel interface, and it comes with a preinstalled Softaculous, (home to major apps you need to build a website.) From the client control center, you can access more apps and plugins. Even if you need help installing anything, you can call on their technical team. I always try to do stuff myself first, but when I couldn’t get WordPress to work, the technical team came in, and took care of the whole thing within an hour. The snapshot below is just a glimpse, you can see more on Softaculous page.
You need little or no experience in programing to host with Fastcomet, Weebly was my second choice for this reason. With little or no experience you can create a website with Fastcomet too. Once you have gotten your platform set, you can basically design your theme, post your content and do your work the way you want. Even more comforting is the easy access to technical support. As a customer to Fastcomet hosting, I can focus more on creating content for my blog, rather than worry endlessly about the fixing my website.
At the end of the day, you still have to decide for yourself. I am a creative writer, so I wrote this review partly as a way of expressing gratitude for the decent service rendered so far by the Fastcomet team. If you need my personal opinion, or an update on my experience, don’t hesitate to chat me up. But for any other information about the product, please visit the company’s website and chat with them.