Not everything. CPU/RAM are what make expensive plans expensive.Wirelessly posted (iPhone : Mozilla/5.0 (Linux; U; Android 2.2.1; en-us; Droid Build/FRG83D) AppleWebKit/533.1 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0 Mobile Safari/533.1)
I use PowWeb. I get unlimited everything. I pay once a year. Its good.
I didn't think about the hardware, but I suppose I've never had to worry about it either since I don't do any serious hosting. I'm not even sure what the specs of my server are aside from being a linux server :lol:Not everything. CPU/RAM are what make expensive plans expensive.
Hmm... I'll have to switch sometime (when I get around to it :lol.I have nothing but bad things to say about 1&1. When I ran club3g.com, we were hosted there for years, before they sold the company/outsourced support overseas. We were paying upwards of $500/mo for the host, and all of a sudden the support went directly in the shitter.
I actually lost a domain name to them, because their system kept filtering my email to change DNS registrars, and despite a few dozen calls, nobody on their staff was smart enough to check their spam folder/filters so that I could get my unlock key sent to me to move the domain. I never got it back.
Stay the fuck away, they are shit. They used to be awesome (I was even on their testimonial page, since my site was a "premier" site), but after the change, not so much.
The one thing I liked about NS was speed. I never had an issue with any server side latency lik I do now with ipage. Also marvelous uptime and good support. But the interface Is infact awful. And they're REALLY expensiveVegetta said:GOdaddy are fine
Stay away from network solutions - interface sucks plus they are expensive
For shared hosting bluehost is really good - if you prepay for 3 years it ends up being like 6 bucks a month. If you are not running a lot of cpu intensive apps it will work fine. I have a forum hosted there and have had 80 concurrent users with no problem. They have great (US) support .