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20 NameCheap Reviews:

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Last reviewed Jul 23, 2016

Key features

  • PHP
  • WordPress
  • Uptime Guarantee
  • MySQL
  • Perl
  • cPanel

User Reviews - Total: 20

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NameCheap is a good host if you are on a budget.

I got my domain and my hosting from them and the price wasn't too unreasonable. Main negative thing I can say is that they need to upgrade their support because when I needed help and contacted their support department, it took forever to find somebody who knew how to help me.

Everything else was fine. Standard features. Perfect uptime I didn't notice any downtime myself. Great for the value, would use again!

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This is the second year that I am with Namecheap and till now everything is going perfectly. I have had some troubles installing SSL certificate from them but with the support, which is the greatest that I have ever seen, finally I installed it.
I hope I will be with Namecheap many years more.

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Helllo. I come to tell you my experience with NameCheap.

In namecheap plans tend to be very inexpensive, with only $9.88 will have a shared hosting for a year and with the possibility to hold up to 3 websites. From my point of view and my experience working with them for already 3 years, it is a very reliable hosting provider and with excellent support, also register my domains with them. I currently have hosted sites of different topics and everything smoothly.

The support is great, the guy who I served I kindly explain all my questions and gave me some tips to avoid problems later. From that moment all my concerns or small problems were resolved in a matter of minutes by a technician in real time through chat: is amazing the speed with which you connect through the chat with a technician (not take or 2 minutes to connect you with one) which will help you to solve all the problems that you may be taking. Technician not to leave the chat until they have found a solution or have solved your problem

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I have two sites so far running on Name cheap and I can say I am satisfied overall with its service. The Options to control the admin/c panel is easy and can be understood by any-one. The KB articles of Name cheap is a must to mention, they are user friendly and super handy to solve the daily issues. Customer Care [I use mostly chat] is very friendly & professional. Control of cross functionality [I brought domain names from different vendor] options is very simple. In Short Its recommended Hosting Service for all with rich features, good customer support & High uptime.

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I have used many hosting but i found namecheap hosting , the best of all. The thig i love most is their 24/7 customer support, Highly suppotive and bear with customers thoroughly, try to solve the problem on place. Actually, customer support tells us, how much serious the company is regarding their customer. I will give 5 star . Another fact that why i love namecheap hosting is the best packages they offer. Normally, i use shared hosting. Their packages are very affordable. Even their minimal package support minimum three addon site, Which is unique in its nature. By applying coupon codes, anyone can get the premium hosting for one year almost for nothing. Their hosting support thousand of visiors at a time, i have experienced it. According to y view, Namecheap hosting is the best of the best hosting.

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Namecheap is one of the best hosting service I have ever used.They have a good user platform which makes easy for newbies to manage.And regarding their support,i didnt got any problem with them till now.In one word They are cheap and a good reliable hosting provider.

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NameCheap.com may be an okay company for very basic DNS needs; however, I've discovered there is a severe lack of compatibility for an advanced needs. I would urge anyone who will be hosting their websites elsewhere to absolutely avoid this company at all costs.

I host my website at Wix. While the domain name sinks up fine via custom nameservers, NameCheap does not make it easy or in some cases possible to attach a domain to both a custom third party site such as wix and an email provider such as ZoHo. Comparatively, it is very easy to do both with Godaddy and other services.

On top of that, there is no phone support. It's completely non-existent. Their online support team is slow and not very helpful

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Namecheap is by far one of the best domain hosting services I have ever used. Their platform made the whole experience very pleasant and easy. After purchasing the domain it was very easy to direct it to my website's hosting. During this process I also had a question about billing, their response was extremely fast and answered my question perfectly. Overall I would definitely recommend this hosting option to anyone.

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Hey folks,
Here is my honest Namecheap hosting review (Professional Plan) after using their service for an year. I begin using namecheap hosting since Jan 2015 and now have moved to other hosting provider, I'll share the reason for that too.
I bought the most popular plan of Namecheap - professional plan back in Jan 2015 that is available @ $20. The main features of Professional plan includes - 50GB disk space, Unlimited Bandwidth, Unlimited email accounts and you can host upto 10 websites. If you are planning to start a new website then I'll strongly recommend you to go for it as 50GB storage would be more than enough for starting and it can handle a good amount of traffic. I started getting around 50k pageviews a month and still the site load perfectly. I have faced only 2-3 problems in one year and those problems were solved by namecheap executives within minutes. The kind of support that namcheap provides is just outstanding. Now I'll share all the pros and cons of namecheap hositng

Pros-
1. Outstanding support - 10/10.
2. Really good uptime, have faced issue only 2-3 times in the last year
3. They provide all the necessary features - Unlimited Bandwidth (though its just a promotion, if you will start getting high traffic then you may have to transfer from shared hosting to VPS), you can host upto 10 websites if you purchase professional plan, 50GB SSD storage would be pretty good, they provides SSD(solid state drive) storage that powers up your website crawling and speed.

Cons-
1. Renewal Price is way to high as compared to the initial cost - renewal price is 78$ for professional plan
- that's the only reason I migrated from namecheap to other hosting provider.
2. I don't think there is any other con.

Last words-
Go for it without any hesitation. Just have a careful look at the renewal price.

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Hello everybody,
I buy from Namecheap 1 domain and hosting, when i finished verification, and i charge my credit card to upgrade my hosting package, they locked my account without any reasons, i contacted to supporter but they did not any feedback, i waited for 3 days. Uncomfortable, i contacted via live supporter and their answer is " Please patience" So bad, i need to update my site, but i can not access, and they also solve my issue.

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NameCheap

namecheap.com Location: US Founded: 2006

Namecheap Introduction

Namecheap built its foundations on domain name registration, but it also offers a modest range of web hosting plans. Founded in 2000, the company is keen to emphasise its ethos: it says it has a strong commitment to support and a commitment not to bombard customers with marketing messages.

Namecheap is based in Los Angeles, and its founder, Richard Kirkendall, still acts as CEO. Matthew Russell is the vice president of hosting and was responsible for setting up the hosting division of the company in 2006. Its hosting department is therefore considerably newer than its domain name arm, and it’s therefore fairly small; it doesn’t offer telephone support, for example.

Namecheap Hosting Plans

Namecheap has a small range of hosting plans; like many other companies, it emphasises its shared hosting and offers convenient paths to upgrades. Since the company’s primary service is domain name registration, it’s not surprising that some hosting is quite limited in scope.

● There are three shared hosting packages, all provided on Linux with cPanel 11 and unlimited bandwidth. Packages are based on Cloud Linux and provide adequate resources given the pricing structure.

● Business hosting is basically shared hosting - Namecheap says that there are fewer customers per server, so you can expect better performance. Customers on these hosting plans also get priority support.

● Resellers can purchase one of three reseller hosting packages, each with cPanel 11 and WHM. The top account, Level 3, comes with a merchant account.

● There are six VPS hosting plans, three on Xen and three that use Open VZ. Clients can choose their operating system. Note that cPanel is not available on the cheapest packages and is chargeable on the others.

● Customers have a choice of different Linux operating systems on dedicated servers, but there are no Windows options. Namecheap offers just three dedicated server hosting plans, which is fewer than you may expect if you’ve been researching other hosts’ services.

● There’s also a site builder plan, Onepager, available for a monthly fee. Onepager apparently creates ‘mobile friendly’ websites and offers the user analytics and stats about visitors.

Namecheap Uptime/Downtime

Namehcheap says that its customers can expect 99.9% uptime, measured per calendar month. I did try to find out what happens if uptime falls below this level, but I couldn’t find anything in the Terms of Service or Acceptable Use Policy. The host doesn’t publish any uptime statistics.

All of the company’s data centres are based in the USA, according to its knowledgebase, but it was difficult to ascertain exactly where. The topic I found said ‘most’ are located in Atlanta, Georgia, and there are two others in Phoenix, Arizona. I also found a blog post that mentions a data centre in Dallas and another in New Jersey. It doesn’t look like Namecheap owns its own data centre, and it should probably publish a definitive list of locations at some stage.

Namecheap’s knowledgebase states that servers are backed up once every 3-7 days, which isn’t really that often. Backups are not available to customers.

Namecheap Support

Support is provided via live chat and a ticketing system. I couldn’t find a telephone number, so it looks like there is no phone support. Its Twitter feed is a one-way announcement feed, and customers seeking help on the Namecheap Facebook page are redirected back to the ticket system.

Additionally, there are some other help resources, such as some fairly basic videos, community forums and a knowledgebase. Although the knowledgebase is large, some of the articles were quite difficult to understand.

Above all, if you’re thinking of signing up with Namecheap, remember that some customers are given priority support - for example, business shared hosting customers get priority over ordinary shared hosting customers.

Namecheap in the News

I found a handful of press reports relating to Namecheap’s domain name registration services, but nothing relating to its web hosting.

Namecheap Control Panel

All of Namecheap’s packages are set up with cPanel except for the VPS hosting plans and its dedicated servers. On most of these, cPanel can be added as an optional extra.

Looking at the demo, it seems Namecheap offers the most recent versions of cPanel and WHM (for resellers).

Namecheap Extras

Namecheap doesn’t really offer any extra goodies on signup. Customers get access to Softaculous for one-click installs of some popular scripts, as you might expect. However, there are no advertising credits or free domain names on offer.

Namecheap Money Back Guarantee / Cancellation Policy

Namecheap customers get a 14-day money-back guarantee on all products assuming they’re cancelled within 14 days. Dedicated servers are exempt, as are software licences (such as WHM and cPanel licences).

To cancel an account midterm, customers must submit a support ticket to the Hosting Billing team. I couldn’t see any information regarding refunds for mid-term cancellations, so we’ll have to assume there aren’t any.

Namecheap Summary

Many people find it easy to purchase their domain name and hosting from the same provider. If you’re one of those people, Namecheap offer competitive packages with all of the features you’ll need to get started - it’s good to see cPanel being offered, and the company is well-established.

I did find that technical information was fairly thin on the ground, and many important terms and conditions were only covered in the knowledgebase, when they probably should have had their own section on the site. The lack of phone support and infrequent backups did disappoint.

Regardless, if you’re primarily looking for an affordable domain name with convenient hosting, Namecheap could be ideal for you.

NameCheap Hosting Plans

Hosting Plan Features Disk Space Bandwidth Price
Value Hosting WordPress PHP Linux cPanel Perl MySQL 25GB Unlimited $3.98/month
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Professional Hosting WordPress PHP PostgreSQL Linux cPanel Perl 100GB Unlimited $6.48/month
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Ultimate Hosting WordPress PHP PostgreSQL Linux cPanel Perl Unlimited Unlimited $10.98/month
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Reseller 1 WordPress PHP PostgreSQL WHM Linux cPanel 25GB 500GB $14.95/month
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Reseller 2 WordPress PHP PostgreSQL WHM Linux cPanel 75GB 1000GB $24.95/month
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Reseller 3 WordPress PHP PostgreSQL WHM Linux cPanel 150GB 1500GB $34.95/month
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Reseller 4 WordPress PHP PostgreSQL WHM Linux cPanel 300GB 2000GB $44.95/month
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VPS Lite - Xen Fedora Ubuntu Debian Dedicated IP CentOS Linux 15GB 100GB $16.95/month
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VPS 1 - Xen Fedora Ubuntu Debian Dedicated IP CentOS Linux 30MB 250GB $26.95/month
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VPS 2 - Xen Fedora Ubuntu Debian Dedicated IP CentOS Linux 60GB 500GB $44.92/month
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VPS 3 - Xen Fedora Ubuntu Debian Dedicated IP CentOS Linux 100GB 750GB $63.95/month
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VPS Lite - oVZ Fedora Ubuntu Debian Dedicated IP CentOS Linux 15GB 100GB $12.95/month
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VPS 1 - oVZ Fedora Ubuntu Debian Dedicated IP CentOS Linux 30GB 250GB $22.55/month
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VPS 2 - oVZ Fedora Ubuntu Debian Dedicated IP CentOS Linux 60GB 500MB $35.95/month
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VPS 3 - oVZ Fedora Ubuntu Debian Dedicated IP CentOS Linux 100GB 750GB $53.95/month
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Express 1 Ubuntu Debian Dedicated IP CentOS Linux Uptime Guarantee 500GB 20000GB $89.00/month
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Express 2 Ubuntu Debian Dedicated IP CentOS Linux Uptime Guarantee 1TB 20000GB $140.67/month
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Express 3 Ubuntu Debian Dedicated IP CentOS Linux Uptime Guarantee 20000GB $189.00/month
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Power 1 Ubuntu Debian Dedicated IP CentOS Linux Uptime Guarantee 2TB 20000GB $211.00/month
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Power 2 Ubuntu Debian Dedicated IP CentOS Linux Uptime Guarantee 2TB 20000GB $231.00/month
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Power 3 Ubuntu Debian Dedicated IP CentOS Linux Uptime Guarantee 2TB 20000GB $313.00/month
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Business Expert Hosting WordPress PHP PostgreSQL cPanel Perl MySQL 150GB 4000GB $16.98/month
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Business SSD Hosting WordPress PHP PostgreSQL Linux cPanel Perl 20GB 5000GB $17.98/month
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NameCheap Frequently Asked Questions

NameCheap Features

All Features

  • Access Logs
  • Apache
  • AWStats
  • b2evolution
  • Bitcoin
  • Catch-all email
  • CGI Access
  • CloudFlare
  • Crontabs
  • CubeCart
  • Domain Name
  • Drupal
  • Email Forwarding
  • Hotlink Protection
  • IMAP Support
  • Joomla
  • Magento
  • Mailing Lists
  • Nucleus
  • Password Protected Directories
  • phpMyAdmin
  • POP3 Support
  • SMTP
  • Softaculous
  • SpamAssassin
  • SPF
  • SSH Access
  • Uebimiau
  • Webmail
  • Zen Cart

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All services were "as advertised" and the UI was easy to use. Value was great! Support is AWFUL!! No phone support!! Texting and email leave a little to be lost in translation, and no one is willing to go the extra mile.

An ex-roommate used my login information to lock me out of my account and bring my site down completely. Risk Management got involved, and everything ground to complete halt! After providing several pieces of ID, and confirmation of payment through PayPal, I was told to resolve this with the other party myself! My accoount was locked out, and my site was down. Real Estate is a RIGHT NOW business, and downtime is devestating. Namecheap, however, does not care about their customers. Once you get Risk Management involved, you are on your own!

So, as long as there is no fraud or theft that will drive you to Risk Management, you should be fine. If you are unlucky enough to have a problem outside of 1st tier phone support, forget it. There are many better companies to choose from. If I knew then what I know now, I would pass them by and choose ANYONE else!

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we have used namecheap for registration and hosting for almost 10 years. We've never had a problem accessing support even at odd hours on on weekends, when we've needed them. Very fair pricing and speedy response time make them our choice for our websites and our clients.

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I have been using NameCheap for reseller hosting over the past 6 months. The "Expert" review here seems to be out of date, or wholly reflecting the USA view of the world. The internet is of course bigger than the USA. If you are based in Europe, you do not touch the USA part of the organisation other than through the website.
The only reason I joined NameCheap was because I had previously used HostPapa, but in Europe the performance deteriorated and was not great for websites hosted in the USA, I moved to InMotion, whom I rate very highly in all areas apart from security in their shared hosting. That said I have an account at InMotion (which I intend to retain), and was looking for a second reseller account not based at InMotion so I did not have all of my eggs in one basket.
I did some tests at NameCheap before I placed any sites there. The performance was ok for the tests that I ran. However over time I have learned a few things.
I use WordPress pretty much exclusively. It will always run more slowly than a straight HTML site. In my case, and following enquiries I was assured that the server is in the UK and based in Lincolnshire. So it is about 4000 miles closer than InMotion. Support however seems to be coming from Kazakhstan, or somewhere in that region. The support people all seem to speak/ write English very well, and are pretty recent graduates. (You can tell because you can locate most of them on Facebook!). Their knowledge is not as great as I would hope for, but no worse than say HostPapa (whom I think are outsourced to India). As an example today I was in a conversation about blacklisted domain names, the service agent did not realise that on a shared server this affects all domains, not just mine. I would hope that the lightbulb would come on a little more quickly for a hosting company 1st tier support. Response times to support are generally ok, exchanges are polite, although they do not always seem to understand the problem. That is a bit frustrating when you are on a chat line for 30 minutes.
Technically, the memory allocated from PHP for each website instantiation is quite small. I suspect the disk I/O is also slow as well, and the servers are driven quite hard compared to InMotionHosting. While the servers at InMotion are over 4000 miles away vs 70 miles, the website performance is consistently faster with InMotion hosting. This is possibly due to a larger amount of memory allocated, and the use of SSD's vs mechanical disks. From my location, InMotion hosted sites load in well under 10 seconds, NameCheap loads in anything up to 30 seconds or more sometimes. I am on a 60Mb/s connection at my location.
I am currently reviewing what I do next, I suspect that I will not renew the account at NameCheap. I will look somewhere else for a better balance in price and performance. In summary, NameCheap is not a stellar performer, but there again I am not paying a fortune for the service. At the end of the day with all of the players out there you get what you pay for, and no more.

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Namecheap is my domain and webhost. Pretty cheap for the first year. It's also pretty fast. I use CPANEL daily to attach websites. They offer filemanager and ftp service which make dragging and dropping scripts on the fly easy.

I'm using their shared hosting and I think is great. I have made many different website with softaculous. I would recommend to steer away from cloudflare. If you must use cloudflare only use cache html. Their https makes everything slow, I'm assuming you would need to pay for cloudflare service to up the amount of bandwidth.

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NameCheap is probably the best domain service you'll get for the money. The prices are extremely low compared to the rest of the market (as much as 50-75% off) But the reason I signed up is the plethora of features. I always use the free DNS and email forwarding as it's the simplest way to get a website up and running. I can setup a cheap hosted account and quickly point to a landing page with a working email within minutes because of these features. The only complaint I have is with their apps market. Upon subscribing to the free canvas.me service to setup an under construction I decided to experiment with hosting somewhere else. Upon attempting to resubscribe I had a series of errors and tech support was unable to help. They've been working for weeks but are still completely unsuccessful at getting me back on the canvas.me plan. Tech support did respond promptly and was available but could not fix my problem for this I deduct one star from my review.

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The Good - My Overall Namecheap Experience

Namecheap has all the features I needed to get my Wordpress site. I had no trouble getting it to work with my web host (Hostgator). Whenever I needed technical assistance they were readily available to via chat. Their chat support looked like they were knowledgeable, polite, and efficient. I felt like I could rely on namecheap. Their prices were great as well. I found out Namecheap was located in my home city so I wanted to support them as well. Namecheap was overall a great domain name host.

The Bad - My Mistake and NameCheap's HORRIBLE Risk Management Support

Everything was going perfectly fine until I made a mistake. I bought a domain name for a friend using their card. At least that's what I think caused the problem. Namecheap gave me TWO days to reply to an e-mail they sent me regarding a charge back. Since I do not check my email every day I missed the e-mail. I then received an e-mail letting me know that I lost the domain name that was in question.

Well then I thought, lets use NameCheap's trusty support right? Nope, I was locked out of chat support.They have no phone support either. I then checked to see if I could log-in to my namecheap account and the entire account was now suspended. ALL my domain names were now suspended. The only thing I could do is open up a ticket for their help desk system.

That's where I was really upset. It took about 3-4 days to receive a response with information that was not something I already knew. My ticket had no agent assigned for about 20 days and did not receive ANY information regarding whether it would even be possible for me to reactivate my existing domains. In other words my account and all the domains that were deactivated were sitting in limbo and I was just waiting with frustration thinking I was going to lose all my domains forever. One of these domains include an active business website.

I eventually received a response and they fixed it about 3 days later. I recovered ALL my domains and everything was fine. The big problem was I wasn't provided with any helpful information and my domains were down for almost an entire month. Does that sound like fun for your business?

The ratings:
* Their support was awesome except for Risk Management. I would not like to deal with this problem ever again. It was the worse. To me it's bad enough to rate them a 1 star.
* I had all the features I needed and the UI was simple to use.
* Uptime was great until I dealt with a Risk Management issue. My sites were all down for over 20 days with no hope in the horizon. This amount of downtime is unacceptable.
* Value If you don't have a business and you don't mind potentially having your site down for almost a month I would highly recommend Namecheap. Otherwise, I would recommend you find a host with business class support.

TL:DR Namecheap can be amazing until you get locked out of their standard support. Risk Management took down my sites for over 20 days and was not answering any questions.

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NameCheap is a very good domain hosting. Their support is straight 24/7 or down. They had never failed to make me happy, no matter what, they tried their very best.I'm proud of NameCheap. 100% Uptime, good job ! :D

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NameCheap's hosting is great. I've been using them for my website for as long as I can count, and they've never gone down.

When I first made my website, I bought a Joomla template to use for it. I started to install Joomla, but then I kept getting errors from the installation. I contacted the people that I bought the template from, and they failed to fix it. They got pretty close, but it didn't work. So, I contacted NameCheap's support over Live Chat. The agent was amazingly helpful. I described my issue to her, and she fixed it in less than 5 minutes. I was amazed.

Plus, NameCheap, is, as is in the name, cheap. Right now, they're having a sale where you get hosting and a domain for $10 PER YEAR. You just have to Google "cheap hosting namecheap", and click on the Ad.

All in all, you can't go wrong with NameCheap.

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The host is very cheap and very good use, speed is also very quick, want some more domain hosting preferential activities, so that more users should huyou. I will always support,

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I have been a Namecheap subscriber for a fairly long amount of time. While I was with them I had an awfully awesome experience with them. My friends had recommended me it at first, but there were several problems at the start including weak support, the server being to slow and pricing. However, over the past year Namecheap has improved those features which make it one of the top however they still lack in support as they take a really long time for us to connect to them and for them to reply back to us during a live chat session. Further when I was planning to buy a reseller account I found the price to be very high, and when I asked people around me and friends, they said that their reseller hosting is not as good as others even though they cost, as their cpanel interface is not as advanced. I have had an experience with several different hosts but would say that Namecheap is pretty good for Shared Hosting, but not as good for reseller hosting. Their servers are too slow when it comes down to reseller hosting.

All in all, I'd consider Namecheap as one of my favourite web hosts for shared hosting. There are others I've tried, but Namecheap has been the most reliable and knowledgeable. For those who want a quick and easy setup, without any trouble then Namecheap is the best choice for you; those who want complete control over their experience may not like how Namecheap works. Well in the end this my point of view but you may find much better to suit your needs.

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