Learn The Truth About Sasahost In The Next 60 Seconds
Sasahost Limited is a privately held IT company incorporated in Kenya on 29th November 2009.
But before incorporation, it operated as Sasahost Web Solutions between March 2007 and towards November of 2009.
The company is licensed by the Communications Authority of Kenya (CA) and Accredited by KeNIC Registry, making it reliable and trustworthy.
On top of that, the company also has partnerships and accreditation for several other TLDs, gTLDs, and ccTLDs (domain extensions).
Can you trust them?
Well, with over 12 years of web hosting experience, Sasahost has always had one mission, and that is to provide reliable web and mobile solutions.
To achieve this, the company have a wide range of products as we will see in a minute. And with over 12,000 customers globally, they must be doing something right.
Sasahost Products and Services
Of course from their name, there’s the word ‘host’ and that tells you something. The company deals with website hosting, where you get a plan, purchase a domain name, and there you are.
Let me not get started with web hosting thingy though, but I promise, I will bring you an ultimate guide to web hosting in Kenya and beyond.
But for today, we are talking about Sasahost web hosting products.
Not to make it so complicated, I’m going to list them and their price range. Here is the thing, prices change like all the time. As such, it won’t be fair for you if we list a certain price point, you go there and find something different.
With that said, let’s get started:
- Basic/Personal Hosting – starting from KES 2500 to KES 10500
- Enterprise/Corporate Hosting – starting from KES
6500 – 18500
- Reseller Hosting – starting from KES 4K – KES 12500
- Managed VPS hosting – between KES 6500 – 12500
- Managed Dedicated hosting – KSH 22500 – KSH 47,000
- Website security – think SSL certificates and Immunify360 Security
- Email hosting
While this may not be the complete list of services and products offered by Sasahost, at least you’ve got an idea of what to expect.
If you are interested in their services, how can you contact them?
In the next section, I will reveal the valid Sasahost contact information and offices.
Actually, you can contact the company through a number of channels:
a) Live chat – happens to be my favorite because you don’t have to wait long and the solution is instant. Here’s a link to their support page
b) Email – send email through sa***@sa******.ke or su*****@sa******.ke
c) Phone call – call then through +254 713 478 555 or +254 732 478 555. Haven’t used this but I bet they work. If not, let us in the comments below so we can update it.
d) Contact form – found here https://www.sasahost.co.ke/support/. I don’t know who uses it. Like, I don’t have that patience to wait for the reply. But that’s me.
Even Business Park, Block 3C
Airport North Road, Off Mombasa Road
Nairobi City, Kenya
One more thing:
You can contact the company through their social media accounts.
I will test the two accounts and see which one works best in terms of a quick reply.
Sasahost best alternatives
Of course, there is always ‘what if’ and that’s no different to web hosting in Kenya.
There are tens of providers itching to take you online. So, for the sake of having options, here is a list of worthy providers you should check out.
Talking of checking out, here is my two cents:
DO NOT just rush to pay for hosting before you do some comparisons. Say, check out what others are charging for the same features. You’ll be shocked to find out you paid for a domain someone else got it for free.
How did that happen?
Because you were lazy and couldn’t do a quick research.
And that is what I am trying to give you here at Tech&Butter.com, a place to do all your research and hopefully make better decisions.
Here’s your list (click to read what I think about the company)
- Truehost Kenya
- Kenya Web Experts
- EAC Directories
- HostPinnacle Kenya
- Web Host Kenya
I will be adding others as they come.
What to do next
Well, there you have it: important stuff you need to know about Sasahost.
Back to you, let me know your thoughts on the comments below 👇🏽👇🏽