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Cloud Servers Hosted in Nigeria

We offer cloud servers hosted in a top Tier-3 datacenter in Nigeria

Getting a cloud server in Nigeria has always been a hassle, until now. You can now get a cloud server hosted in Nigeria with Whogohost! If you are interested in hosting locally in Nigeria without spending too much, then you are in the right place. Our servers are hosted with MDXi, a MainOne company and powered with technology from Intel.

No matter your need, we definitely have something that will fit! We can provision what is suitable for individuals, SMEs and government MDAs.

WhoGoHost, the largest hosting company in Nigeria, in partnership with MDXi, a subsidiary of MainOne and Intel, provides you with IaaS platforms to host your servers in the cloud.

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Guaranteed 99.9% Network Uptime

Full Control Over Hosting Accounts

CGI, Ruby(RoR) Extensions, Perl Extensions, CRON Jobs

Unlimited Emails

MySQL Databases

SMS & Email Notifications

FTP Accounts

PHP 5.4 - 7.3

Automated Installation for Wordpress, Joomla, SMF etc


Frequently asked questions about hosting in Nigeria

After purchase, your server should be provisioned within 24 hours.

Definitely. You can send a mail to billing@whogohost.com with details of the server you will like to purchase

At the moment, no. We only offer cloud hosting services.

We support Windows Server and various Linux distributions such as CentOS, Ubuntu, RedHat, etc

Our cloud servers are hosted with MDXi, a MainOne company, that has a Tier-3 certification. This means that the datacenter is comparable with the best datacenters around the world. You can be assured of the best uptimes and reliability you can get anywhere.

Different businesses, same top class support

Our experts are on hand to help every step of the way. They offer assistance, help with website migrations and ongoing tech support by live chat and ticket.

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