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Shared Hosting $0.00 - $13.95
VPS $19.99 - $59.99
Dedicated Server $79.99 - $119.99
Website Builder $2.95 - $9.95


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Dr. Charles Ogutu

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Dr. Charles Ogutu,
Carl was the best at serving me today after 2 other reps failed to resolve my issue. You need to give him a rise. Also he is the best because technically he is very knowlegeable.
Lee Rose
Lee Rose from United States,

No longer a good hosting company

I've been with Bluehost for over 10 years. Loved their small company spirit, customer service, great tech support. Unfortunately they were purchased by EIG (who own a ton of other hosting companies) and ever since it's been downhi...Read Morell like an Olympic Ski jump. Started with the support ticket system going away. Then longer and longer wait times for phone support as they pushed you to chat. Then phone support turned mostly into upsell and the chat waits were getting longer and longer. Then more and more servers were blacklisting my shared box for "spamming" (Not from me) Then the uptime started to go down and the response time of there servers got worse and worse. Even their my.bluehost.com response was getting spotty.
The last straw came last week. I get an email stating that "Your web hosting account has been deactivated . . . Reason: malware/virus". No info on where the malware was or any scan results. As soon as I reached out to them to find out what was going on I get shunted to SiteLock, a 3rd party web security company, (by the way) owned by the same guys that own EIG. The sales guy insists that even if I remove the malware, it will com back and that I should pay them hundreds of $ and sign up for a $100/month service because "no matter what you do the malware will be back". I get them to show me where the scan results are on my server and harden the access, change account passwords (Bluehost's account password retrieval is notoriously easy to hack as you only need the account email) and delete all the files in the scan result. They then insist on scanning it again and find additional malware. Some of the files have 3 year old dates on them but nothing I needed so I deleted them all. Yet another scan and yet another list of malware. This goes on for 3 days. Finally got it all cleaned up and their final scan showed I was good. Switched hosts then next day.
Jed Benoit
Jed Benoit from United States,

If you're serious about your business, BlueHost is not for you

Worst. Service. Ever. I don't even just mean the customer service... I mean the actual service that you pay for is completely unreliable and the technicians (overseas) have no idea how to communicate with you what is actually happ...Read Moreening with your site. I currently am sitting on hold (chat) for the 3rd night in a row for what I imagine will be hours to likely not solve the same problem that we've had for days... And in the meantime, I'm losing my client thousands of dollars a day. Terrible business model and unreliable service. I will never let a client of mine sign up with BlueHost again. Ever. I should also mention that compared to over hosting services, that their user interface is also inferior. Not the worst I've ever seen, but very buggy and unintuitive. Simple things like domain forwarding... not simple.Less
Sandi P
Sandi P from United States,

Stay far away from Bluehost

I was using Bluehost from 2013 until yesterday. For the first couple of years they were ok but then after that they went totally downhill. I really don't know why I waited so long to change hosting providers. Bluehost servers are ...Read Moreconstantly going down. One time my site was down almost a week. When you call up support, all they tell you is that they are sorry for the inconvenience but have no idea when it will be back up. Yesterday my site was down for about 12 hours. I contacted Bluehost support and they said that I had too many files on there which I know isn't the case. The problem is them and their unreliability! Their techs know absolutely nothing! I got so fed up that I switched to Siteground. I will write a separate review for them but so far extremely pleased with the service and support. Stay far far away from Bluehost!! Horrible, horrible hosting provider. If I could give them 0 stars for support and reliability, I would.Less
Mark Huitt
Mark Huitt from Canada,

Great in the beginning but their support tech blew up my site - Not Recommended

Bluehost was great when I first starting my wife's website for her bakery - 10 years ago. I could add additional sites, the speed was decent and the interface was great. Last month, something went wrong with the site and I tried t...Read Moreo recover it from a backup. It messed up even more. After a few chats with their online chat, the support techs tried to restore as well. I could never get it working again despite repeated chats. Note, they do not record the chats to your account so if you lose a chat, the next person has NO IDEA what the previous person did. The last chat resulted in one the the support techs actually creating a new site for me an archiving my old site -without asking me! That was the last straw. Will let my account run out and am rebuilding the site in Amazon. Eliminating their support ticket system was a big mistake as I had good results with them before and you could actually have continuity on a ticket. Unfathomable why they do not do this with the chat system. Bye bye Bluehost!Less
Maggie Cooper
Maggie Cooper from United States,

Possibly one of the WORST hosting sites out there.

Their prices are too good to be true. The WORST customer service. If you open a ticket they'll get back to you in 2 months. If you call or chat them they'll have you on hold for hours. Your website will experience outages consiste...Read Morently and no customer service rep will give you a reason. If you try to figure it out yourself you have to have a deep knowledge of coding. STAY AWAY.Less
Michal Dundee
Michal Dundee from United Kingdom,

Extortion at Best

I have used bluehost for the past 7 years and I have finally decided to draw the line. The price has been going up every year and I am now payin an outrageous $180 per year on top of the various domain names renewal fees!

Every...Read Morething on offer comes at a very high price and this includes the security thing, which in my opinion should come as standard, as it protects THEIR server, not mine. I pay for a SERVICE, but all bluehost is giving me is disk space and continuous demands to pay more money to protect their server.

What made me decide to move on is the FACT that I’ve had nothing but trouble with them. They no longer offer the “tickets” help system, so you can only rely on their useless chat or phone. The operators, more often than not, have a terrible attitude: you better be an expert when chatting with them and you better know exactely what THEY are talking about with their computer jargon. There is no understanding and no real help if you are a normal person who doesn’t know his/her way around technical issues.

Once I actually made a complaint about a chat operator and sure enough, after that all of my 30+ email accounts - one by one - were hacked from inside and we’re brought to a definitive end. Within a month all of my email addresses were on the world’s list of extreme spammers and I haven’t been able to use any of them ever since. Any message sent from my family email addresses, end up straight to the spam folder. No more family to family emailing. Thank you for that! That shows what happens when you make a complaint.

Furthermore, I have constantly received promotional emails asking me to join their SiteLock security program, at a very high expense that is. I have always refused to contribute more financially. Last week I got an email telling me that my entire account had been deactivated due to malaware. I have 6 small websites with little or no traffic, all of them built with the very same tool and all of them pretty much the same in style, design, only the content is different. ALL OF THEM have not been updated in over three years and ONLY ONE of these websites was mysteriously and suddenly full of malawere, every single page. Firstly they proposed me a “wonderful deal” to put everything back in order, for an amount in excess of $1.000 per year, then after my refusal, they asked me to delete my website entirely.

Done that and then I have reuploaded it from my clean computer and not modified in any way in the previous three years and guess what... account deactivated again within hours. I can’t try again, because the next time they will close my account altogether, as I’ve been warned.

If this is the appreciation and greed shown after seven years of loyalty, I quite frankly suggest to stay clear of bluehost. Never again!
Gerard S Ramey
Gerard S Ramey from United States,

Poor tec-support

My password stop working on my site and I have been sending them my driver licence picture to their bill department for seven working day and I have not had a response to my email and I can not get to my web sit or change my email...Read More. I have gotten the run-a-round for them and they have tried to sell my extra programs to keep my email for being hack, a ex stream over price with high sales presser from some foreigner. Not good.Less
Jay Hall
Jay Hall from United States,
Moved from GreenGeeks

Excellent support

Been using BlueHost for several years the lowest cost shared plan. A little slow at times of peak traffic, but adequate for a small site. However, their support is top notch. Had a couple of problems and used their on-line technic...Read Moreal support. Had our site back up in just a couple of minutes. Their technicians made suggestions of how to avoid the problem in the future. They even suggested a different plan, cheaper but with better up time and response time. They seem to be interested in providing best customer response not just "up selling".Less

Expert Review

Bruno Mirchevski
Bruno Mirchevski
Hosting Expert

Every hosting newbie and expert knows BlueHost… so it makes sense I made a straight talking review to help you decide if it’s the one for you. My personal website itself is hosted on BlueHost and they’re one of three hosts recommended directly by WordPress (incredible bragging rights). In the rest of this piece, I’ll share my thoughts on the host’s pricing plans, support, user friendliness, and overall features… and why I’d recommend them to you. Let’s dive in!

BlueHost Review

BlueHost was founded just shy of two decades ago in 2003 and is now a reputable hosting giant serving over 2 million domains worldwide. BlueHost claims they’re ‘committed to WordPress’ and their native software is open-source to help their community thrive.

BlueHost offers shared, VPS, and dedicated hosting… plus a suite of plans dedicated to WordPress and WordPress-native apps (WooCommerce etc). BlueHost also offers third-party reseller plans. BlueHost is popular for their versatile plans and ease-of-use and that’s why I decided to review them.

BlueHost has an A+ rating on BBB and an overall rating of 4.0/5 on Trustpilot compiled from over 5,100 reviews.

Pros and Cons


  • Versatile hosting plans
  • Awesome value for money
  • Free SSL and domain (every plan)
  • Recommended by WordPress for WordPress
  • Very easy to use
  • Open source software


  • Auto backups are not available on every plan
  • Not the cheapest plans on the market

Pros and Cons

BlueHost has everything you’ll need for your website, especially WordPress!

Ready to give your brand an online presence or migrate from your old host? Check out BlueHost today.

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Rating Breakdown

There are many hosts on the market. How to effectively compare and rate them? Our experts at HostAdvice create a standardized hosting rating methodology that helps us compare each host based on a number of factors and give them relevant scores.

With these, you’ll be able to see real numbers that give you an idea on each host’s quality and can decide which is better for your website.

ParameterScoreWhy we gave this score
PRICES8.0BlueHost has fair pricing plans but they’re not the cheapest. I gave them an 8.0 because while their packages are great, many other hosts offer more affordable plans.
FEATURES8.7Excellent features overall – a free domain & SSL, SSD, free CDN, etc. However, I gave them an 8.7 because BlueHost only offers free migrations for WordPress.
PERFORMANCE 9.0300 ms average response time, 99.9% uptime guarantee, high-performance SSD, etc. However, I give them a 9.0 because some hosts are even faster.
USER-FRIENDLINESS9.5Auto WordPress and popular app installs, a modern cPanel, and the BlueHost builder take the hassle out of managing your website and getting it up and running. However, I gave them a 9.5 because other hosts are now offering custom panels for even more ease of use.
SUPPORT8.5BlueHost offers 24/7 support through vast knowledgebase, live chat, phone, and socials. However, I’d give them 8.5 because it took a while for the agent to join the live chat.


BlueHost Prices & Plans – 2023

BlueHost offers shared hosting, dedicated hosting, VPS, and WordPress-heavy plans. On every plan, you get a 30-day money-back guarantee on every plan (minus domain names) and their plans are changed on at least 12-month durations and also 36-month durations.

BlueHost accepts different payment methods depending on your locations – but mainly via a credit card or Paypal.

Wondering what plan to choose? We’ll now see the different plans offered by BlueHost, their pricing, and who they’re best suited to:

Shared Hosting

Charged for 12 months

Plan nameSpaceBandwidthPanelNumber of sitesPrice
BASIC10 GBUnlimitedcPanel1$2.95
PLUS20 GBUnlimitedcPanelUnlimited$5.45
CHOICE PLUS40 GBUnlimitedcPanelUnlimited$5.45
PRO100 GBUnlimitedcPanelUnlimited$13.95

Charged for 36 months

Plan nameSpaceBandwidthPanelNumber of sitesPrice
BASIC10 GBUnlimitedcPanel1$4.95
PLUS20 GBUnlimitedcPanelUnlimited$7.45
CHOICE PLUS40 GBUnlimitedcPanelUnlimited$7.45
PRO100 GBUnlimitedcPanelUnlimited$18.95

BlueHost’s Choice Plus is their recommended shared hosting plan as on top of the basic shared features, you get free domain privacy, free backups for 1 year, and other pro tools like updates, plugins, client invoicing etc. at $5.45/month (charged for 12 months at once).

Tip: BlueHost’s shared hosting plans are best for small and new websites with small data or don’t get a lot of traffic. Think – portfolio websites, single landing pages, etc. Most websites start out with shared hosting plans.

VPS Hosting

Plan nameSpaceBandwidthPanelNumber of sitesPrice
STANDARD30 GB1 TBcPanelUnlimited$19.99
ENHANCED60 GB2 TBcPanelUnlimited$29.99
ULTIMATE120 GB3 TBcPanelUnlimited$59.99

BlueHost’s ENHANCED VPS plan gives you double the resources on their basic VPS – storage, RAM, bandwidth. You also get 25 extra cPanel accounts and 2 dedicated IPs.

Tips: BlueHost’s VPS plans are best for businesses that need more resources and scalability as their websites grow in traffic and data demand. Ecommerce businesses, edu websites, big blogs, are some kinds of websites that thrive with VPS plans.

Dedicated Hosting

Plan nameSpaceBandwidthPanelNumber of sitesPrice
STANDARD1 TB5 TBcPanelUnlimited$79.99
ENHANCED2 TB10 TBcPanelUnlimited$99.99
ULTIMATE2 TB15 TBcPanelUnlimited$119.99

BlueHost’s ENHANCED (mid-level) dedicated hosting plan is their recommended and gives more CPU power, a bigger cache, bigger RAM, twice the storage, and double the bandwidth on their basic dedicated plan.

Tip: BlueHost’s dedicated plans are best suited to large enterprises and businesses that handle a lot of sensitive data and give exclusive access to a whole server. Have your own dedicated IT team with experience managing servers, these plans are best for you.

WordPress Hosting

Regular WordPress

Charged for 12 months

Plan nameSpaceBandwidthPanelNumber of sitesPrice
BASIC10 GBUnlimitedcPanel1$2.95
PLUS20 GBUnlimitedcPanelUnlimited$5.45
CHOICE PLUS40 GBUnlimitedcPanelUnlimited$5.45
PRO100 GBUnlimitedcPanelUnlimited$13.95

Charged for 36 months

Plan nameSpaceBandwidthPanelNumber of sitesPrice
BASIC10 GBUnlimitedcPanel1$4.95
PLUS20 GBUnlimitedcPanelUnlimited$7.45
CHOICE PLUS40 GBUnlimitedcPanelUnlimited$7.45
PRO100 GBUnlimitedcPanelUnlimited$18.95

BlueHost’s regular WordPress hosting plans are priced exactly the same and feature the same resources as their shared hosting plans. You also get 12-month and 36-month billing periods.

Tip: These WordPress plans are best suited for websites built on WordPress. Want to host your WordPress on BlueHost, you’ll have WordPress acceleration features right out-of-the-box.

WP Pro

Plan nameSpaceBandwidthPanelNumber of sitesPrice

BlueHost’s WP Pro GROW plan is the recommended as it features everything you get in BUILD plus business review tools, JetPack ads, video compression, and BlueSky ticket support.

Tip: BlueHost’s WP Pro (WordPress Pro) plans are basically WordPress plans on steroids especially focused on businesses. You get a full suite of marketing tools, SEO tools, 100+ themes, malware protection, extra support, JetPack ads, etc. If you don’t want to just build a WordPress website but also need marketing tools to grow, these plans are for you.

Reseller Hosting

BlueHost doesn’t offer reseller plans directly, but rather, recommends ResellerClub as your best reseller provider.


BlueHost Features

Key features

  • Shared; VPS; dedicated; WordPress hosting
  • Automatic WordPress installs
  • Free domains and SSL certificate
  • Free CDN
  • 24/7 support

Of all BlueHost’s key features and out-of-the-box goodies, I’d say their most unique offering and package are their WP Pro plans – WordPress plus marketing tools.

BlueHost is now not only offering WordPress plans, but all the analytics and other marketing shenanigans to help you monitor and scale your business and campaigns, You get SEO tools, marketing tools, client management software, ads compatibility, and an all-in-one marketing center and dashboard.

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The next factor we’ll consider to rate BlueHost is its performance… based on a number of important metrics namely – speed, uptime, and average website loading time.

The host’s server speed (time to first byte or TTFB) shows how quickly their servers can send the first byte of data to a user visiting your website. Also, a host’s uptime or online time, is how reliably their servers can stay online and keep your website ‘live’.

Then summing both factors, your website’s average load time is how long it takes for a web page to be fully loaded and functional (clickable) after a user clicks on it.

What do these metrics mean for you? The quicker the load time i.e server speed, the quicker your website pages will become available. I.e: increased retention rates, more time spent per session, and better search engine rankings for you.

Like most hosts on the market, BlueHost promises a 99.9% uptime guarantee. To measure the host’s performance metrics, I used GTMetrix to test the performance of corporatelaw.jdsupra.com – a website hosted on BlueHost.

These were the results:

The website had a super impressive TTFB of 150 ms but a fair fully loaded time of 2.0s. They also had an excellent overall performance of 94%:

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Level Of Support

BlueHost offers 24/7 support via phone, live chat, and a vast knowledgebase.

Phone Support

You can call BlueHost’s sales, support, and international lines for any help you may need. Phone support is especially great if you need answers to urgent questions or solutions to urgent problems.

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Note that these phone numbers, however, may not be available depending on your region.

Live Chat

The website owner’s support portal of choice – live chat. BlueHost offers live chat support powered by a bot. I tested out their live chat and had to answer a few screening questions before being redirected to a live agent.

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It took a while ( a little disappointing) but the agent eventually joined and I was able to ask questions and get detailed answers in time. They were super courteous and well-knowledgeable.


Don’t want to wait in queues and can figure things out on your own? BlueHost’s knowledgebase powered by a search engine has answers to nearly every question you’ll ask:

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User-Friendliness – Ease of use


Registering and signing up on BlueHost is incredibly easy. To register on BlueHost and have a functioning hosting account, you’ll have to buy one of their hosting plans.

You can go straight to the host’s WordPress plans from their homepage and by clicking the “Get Started” button:

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After choosing a plan, you’ll be redirected to the domain page where you can choose to register a new domain with the host or use a domain you currently own… or proceed without a domain.

Next, fill in your info and personal details:

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On this page, you can also decide if you want any package extras like Yoast, CodeGuard, and SiteLock. Once confirmed, fill in your payment details and click “Submit”. And voila. You now have your account.

After choosing a username (domain tied to your plan) and password, you’ll be able to login to BlueHost’s super-intuitive dashboard:

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From here, you’ll be able to manage your domains, active websites, login to WordPress directly, and your cPanel in ‘Advanced’.

BlueHost Control Panel

BlueHost features a modern, updated version of the traditional cPanel control panel allowing you manage all your hosting and website backend from a single dashboard:

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To login to your cPanel, simply click “Advanced” and you’ll be prompted to input your details. It’s smooth sailing from there on. BlueHost’s cPanel is clean, intuitive, and feature-packed to give you control over everything that matters for your website.

Installing WordPress on BlueHost

This is where it gets super-sweet. On BlueHost’s plans (especially their shared and WordPress), once you checkout, WordPress is automatically installed. In fact, BlueHost’s website builder has been designed specifically for creating WordPress websites.

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Your WordPress is also updated automatically. So no need to worry about installing the right and most updated form of WordPress for your website. BlueHost does it all for you!

Add an email account on BlueHost

It gets a little head-scratchy here but follow me.

BlueHost offers two kinds of user interfaces – Bluerock and Legacy. The one I showed above is the Bluerock with the navigation options arranged vertically and on the left and is likely what you’ll see.

You can use the Emails & Office button or create an email using cPanel.

Using the Emails & Office

Using Emails & Office on the left nav bar (only for Bluerock), you can purchase an email plan or click manage if you have emails included in your plan.

Then click ‘Create’.

Using cPanel

Login to cPanel and click ‘Email accounts’. Click ‘Create’.

Both methods should open a similar prompt with input fields where you’ll be asked to choose the domain you want the email assigned to, email address (username), password (you can generate this), and then optionally set an email quota:

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Once you’re done, click ‘Create’. To see your emails, head back to ‘Email & Office’ or ‘Email accounts’ and you can make changes and manage them from there.


Conclusion: Do We Recommend BlueHost?

It’s an easy YES. BlueHost is an incredible web hosting provider especially if you own a WordPress. Their plans are reasonably priced and their performance justifies it. BlueHost also has an easy-to-understand suite of packages and even a hosting newbie will have no problem using the platform.

Their WP Pro plans show their commitment to WordPress and it’s no wonder they are the No. 1 WordPress recommended host and have been for a really long time.

The only thing other hosts may have against BlueHost is that they are one of the daughter brands of Endurance International Group (EIG), a hosting giant with dozens of other hosting acquisitions. But they still shine through.


Is Bluehost a safe host?

Yes, Bluehost is safe and secure. They are one of the biggest hosting businesses, with many resources dedicated to auditing and managing security at scale. They also provide various customized security solutions (such as SSLs) for hosted websites.

What kind of assistance do you receive?

Bluehost offers assistance via live chat, toll-free phone calls, and email. These services are available 24/7. They only offer customer care in English; therefore, you should find another host if you prefer another language.

What are the locations of Bluehost's servers?

Accordingly, Bluehost data centers are located in Provo, Utah, and Houston, Texas.

What is the best Bluehost package for WordPress?

Bluehost has three WordPress plans to choose from. The most cost-effective WordPress shared hosting plan is the standard plan. For the most part, this will suffice. They offer WP Pro, managed WordPress hosting perfect for more demanding users.

Is Bluehost able to handle a lot of traffic?

Their shared hosting package managed 100 virtual users without slowing or stopping in our test. These solutions can deal with both planned and unanticipated traffic spikes. However, they have a limited amount of server resources. You’ll have to expand your hosting subscription if you predict significant traffic.

Is it possible to cancel your Bluehost account at any time?

Yes, however, the amount you’ll be reimbursed is contingent on how long you’ve been a customer. Most plans come with a 30-day money-back guarantee, which is plenty of time to see if Bluehost is right for you. If you decide to cancel Bluehost after that, you’ll get a prorated refund for the remaining time on your contract.

What kind of support does BlueHost offer?

Bluehost offers 24/7 via live chat, phone calls, and a support email. The bulk of their customers are English speakers so you may want to opt for their other variants if you want another language. There is BlueHost India and BlueHost China.

What is the best Bluehost package for WordPress?

BlueHost offers its basic WordPress plans and its BASIC plan is great for most entry-level websites. However, if you want more features for full-blown business operations, the WP Pro may be better suited for you.

Is BlueHost good for beginners?

Yes. BlueHost provides an incredibly intuitive and beginner-friendly experience on its hosting plans and services. The UI is clean and easy to understand.

What is BlueHost’s review on Trustpilot?

BlueHost has currently being reviewed by over 5,100 people and Trustpilot and has an overall score of 4.0

Bluehost Prices, Plans & Features - 2023

Shared Hosting Plans

Plan Name Space Bandwidth Panel Number of Sites Price Score
Basic 10 GB Unlimited cPanel 1 $2.95 2.5 Details
Plus 20 GB Unlimited cPanel Unlimited $5.45 2.9 Details
Choice Plus 40 GB Unlimited cPanel Unlimited $5.45 2.6 Details
Pro 100 GB Unlimited cPanel Unlimited $13.95 3.0 Details
Free trail Unlimited Unlimited cPanel Unlimited $0.00 2.9 Details

VPS Hosting Plans

Plan Name Space CPU RAM OS Price Score
Standard 30 GB 2 cores 2 GB $19.99 2.7 Details
Enhanced 60 GB 2 cores 4 GB $29.99 2.2 Details
Ultimate 120 GB 4 cores 8 GB $59.99 1.7 Details

Dedicated Server Plans

Plan Name Space CPU RAM OS Price Score
Standard 512 GB 4 x 2.30GHz 4 GB $79.99 3.9 Details
Enhanced 1 TB 4 x 2.50GHz 8 GB $99.99 3.0 Details
Premium 1 TB 4 x 3.30GHz 16 GB $119.99 2.5 Details

Website Builder Plans

Plan Name Space Bandwidth Features Price Score
10 GB SSD Storage
Free CDN
1 Website
Free Domain 1st Year
Custom WP Themes
Free SSL - 1st Year
Malware Scanning
$2.95 4.7 Details
40 GB SSD Storage
Free CDN
Unlimited Websites
Free Domain 1st Year
Custom WP Themes
Free SSL
Daily Website Back Up 1st Year
Domain Privacy
Yoast SEO Free
$5.45 3.3 Details
100 GB SSD Storage
Free CDN
1 Website
Free Domain 1st Year
Custom WP Themes
Exclusive Store Theme
Store Analytics
Free SSL
Daily Website Back Up
Domain Privacy
Yoast SEO Free
Unlimited Products
Secure Online Payments
Bookings & Appointments
Shipping Labels
Product Search & Filtering
Gift Cards
Customer Account Creation
$9.95 5.0 Details

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