Namecheap review | TechRadar

Hellen Wadman

Namecheap is best known as a domain registrar, but its web hosting plans might catch your eye, too. A year of shared hosting for just $1.44 a month – really? This ‘only’ gets you 20GB storage and 30 email accounts, but that’s enough for many sites, and there are plenty […]

Namecheap is best known as a domain registrar, but its web hosting plans might catch your eye, too. A year of shared hosting for just $1.44 a month – really?

This ‘only’ gets you 20GB storage and 30 email accounts, but that’s enough for many sites, and there are plenty of other highlights: unmetered bandwidth, a free domain name with privacy protection, a free website builder, easy installation of WordPress and hundreds of other popular apps, free integration with Supersonic CDN, the industry-standard cPanel control panel, 24/7 support via live chat, and a 30-day money-back guarantee.

All plans give you the choice of hosting in a UK or US data center. That’s an unusual plus, although the UK hosting will cost you $1 a month extra.

There’s even support for hosting up to three websites, a real surprise (most starter plans restrict you to one.)

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