Whogohost is 11! It is amazing how time flies. From an idea that started somewhere in Obafemi Awolowo University, Whogohost has grown to be one of the major players in web hosting industry in Nigeria. With an exceptional and dedicated team, we have served thousands of businesses, providing them with solutions to help them succeed.
We understand the critical role we play, and the importance of our service to our customers. We equally understand the trust that our customers have placed on us to support their businesses. This is why we work hard daily to improve our offerings and to ensure that we can support our customers in every way.
We are grateful to our customers, both old and new who have trusted us over the years., Your feedback and suggestions have pushed us to where we are today. Our success story will never be complete without your support.
To celebrate our anniversary with you, we are offering more value to all our customers at the same price. We are upgrading the features of all our hosting plans at the same price! You don’t have to do anything to enjoy this offer. You can also order a hosting plan by visiting this link.
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We are always looking for ways to add more value to our customers. Starting today, you can now purchase email hosting that is ideal for your business for as little as N500 per month. You can get yours now by clicking this link.
We remain dedicated in our vision to offer the best service to our clients. Thank you for believing in us.
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