Namecheap was founded in 2000 as a domain registration and management service, and they have over 3 million clients and manage over 10 million domains today.
If you’ve thought about creating a WordPress site and researched web hosting companies, then chances are you’ve heard of Namecheap.
In 2017, they took the WordPress website world by storm by releasing EasyWP, a fully managed WordPress hosting. What was special about EasyWP is that it was backed by the Namecheap brand, was a fully managed service, and had jaw-dropping prices.
So, in this EasyWP hosting review, we are going to put EasyWP hosting to the test and find out how it stacks up against the competition.
EasyWP is a fully managed WordPress hosting, which means all the technical aspects of managing your website, like installing WordPress, backups, setting up SSL, caching, a free CDN, FTP, and all the other aspects are taken care of for you—you don’t have to worry about it.
Using managed hosting does mean that you lose the fine-grained control over these aspects of hosting, but for most people, this is a better choice as it allows them to focus on building their website instead of just managing it.
EasyWP offers 3 hosting packages, each with its own pricing. Here are the current prices for EasyWP Hosting
• EasyWP Starter Plan – $3.88 per month ($1 for the first month)
• EasyWP Turbo Plan – $7.88 per month ($2 for the first month)
• EasyWP Supersonic Plan – $11.88 per month ($3 for the first month)
You can get a considerable discount if you pay for the hosting yearly.
It is important to know that EasyWP is a cloud-based hosting, that means you get all the benefits that you’d get from a dedicated server hosting while excluding all the problems that shared hosting or VPS providers might have—all for the price of shared hosting—it is the best of all worlds.
All plans include generous SSD storage. Also, the differences in the plans are easy to understand, as they are clearly laid out just below the pricing. The visitor limit on the pricing is an interesting approach, but it does make sense from a customer perspective and makes it easy for them to pick out a hosting plan that fits their needs.
For uptime, only the Supersonic plan has a 99.99% uptime guarantee, and the other two plans have a 99% uptime guarantee.
Although there are no free-trials just yet, they are coming as soon as early 2020. If for some reason you want to cancel your account, you are backed by a 30-day money-back guarantee. All you will have to do so is to get in touch with customer support.
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This article was written by MyThemeShop Editorial Team and originally published on Blog – MyThemeShop.