Godaddy’s Deluxe Plan vs Economy Plan

Date Tuesday, 28 October 2008  Posted in Category Domain Name & Web Hosting  Tags , , ,   Comment 1 Comment »

If you are ready to go for Godaddy’s web hosting, take the Deluxe Plan into your consideration if you have more than 1 domain web site want to be hosted.

With the extra $2.00 per month (Economy Plan: $4.99/month; Deluxe Plan: $6.99/month), you can host unlimited websites and get a higher bandwidth and disk space, this is most people will compare in the web hosting plan.

Of cause, if you have only 1 domain name and want 1 web site to be hosted, you do not need to go for Deluxe Plan and I will not recommend you to go for Godaddy because there are other web hosting companies out there can provide better deal, really.

‘Unlimited Websites’ (host unlimited domain names) feature is the attractive key

The attractive of Godaddy’s web hosting is Deluxe Plan/Unlimited+ Plan but not Economy Plan. Many people want to go for Godaddy because its low domain names pricing, monthly subscription available for web hosting plan and web hosting plan’s features, especially the high transfer bandwidth quota and the large web space. 150 GB is almost half of a hard disk size and 1,500 GB data transfer/month is equal to download 375 full DVD movies (1500/4 GB)!

I used to have Economy Plan but upgraded to Deluxe Plan after 2 months of hosting. With $6.99/month, I can host more than 30 web sites, why not? Honestly, I don’t think other web hosting companies can offer me this deal. If they do, I would much appreciate if you can share with me.

If you ask me about the web site loading speed, I have no comment because I am ok with the performance at this cost, even though I know the server is sharing with other 800 web sites. If you want a super fast web site like Facebook, then please consider a dedicated server hosting plan.

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One Response to “Godaddy’s Deluxe Plan vs Economy Plan”

  1. Rob says:

    Thanks. Your page popped up as top result on google for godaddy delux vs economy

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