NoNameInternet is a multi-location hosting company that currently has 90 IPs across 53 data centers around the world. In complete opposite to Easy Blog Networks, NoNameInternet doesn’t state anywhere it’s targeting the SEO crowd but goes for an anonymous, “no name” look (not that it’s not known what it’s used for).
Pricing plans start at: $10/mo (5 IPs)
Price for 50 IPs: $100/mo
Their control panel is the standard WHMCS and cPanel combination (which I don’t like).
Their IP diversity is OK (though I received 4/10 from outside English-speaking countries), nameservers are fishy since I think they’re their own and that makes me a bit nervous (I don’t want my nameserver used only by PBN blogs).
The platform is complicated if you’re new to WHCMS. Once you’ve signed up, you’ll receive an email containing a coupon code which you need to use for adding domains. To add domains, you need to “order the service”. Ordering involves picking your preferred server among their over 90 available options. They have servers in the US, Canada, Australia, India, France, Lithuania, Netherlands, UK, Ukraine, Germany.
There’s no instruction on what to do – it’s a figure-it-out on your own or click support. Adding domains involves another checkout process. Once the checkout is done, your order/domain is processed. It can take up to 24 hours. Once done, you will receive an email containing hosting, DNS and cPanel logins.
I have a feeling they’re doing lots of stuff manually (lots of emails and waiting for their response) and that doesn’t inspire confidence in their tech expertise.
They have Live Chat (though no one was answering when I had a question a few times) and phone support.
NNI disappoints with fishy nameservers and user-friendliness with some obvious manual activities which, at least I think so, shouldn’t happen in 2017 for any hosting. Visit No Name Internet.
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NNI disappoints with nameserver diversification and technology (or lack if it).
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