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|Cloud Starter Cloud||
|Shared Plus Shared||
|WP Standard Shared||
|WP Enhanced Shared||
|WP Premium Shared||
|VPS Standard VPS||
|VPS Enhanced VPS||
|VPS Premium VPS||
|Dedicated Standard Dedicated||
|Dedicated Enhanced Dedicated||
|Dedicated Premium Dedicated||
BlueHost offers cPanel on all of its plans. On VPS and dedicated hosting plans, it offers an enhanced version of cPanel so you can manage the server alongside your normal cPanel settings.
Yes. You can cancel your new Bluehost account within 30 days and receive a full refund. After 30 days, you can still cancel at any time for any reason and receive a prorated refund for the rest of your term.
The refund applies to hosting only, not add-ons like domain registrations. When funds are returned, they will be credited to the payment method that was used originally.
Yes. The basic version of SiteBackup Pro is included on all plans. SiteBackup Pro offers automated daily, weekly, and monthly backups.
There is a paid version of the tool, which is offered as an optional upgrade. The paid version offers more features, including the ability to download individual files, folders, or tables.
You can pay for your hosting with Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, or PayPal.
You can create unlimited email addresses on most BlueHost accounts. The only exception is the cheapest shared hosting plan, which only offers 5 email addresses.
BlueHost offers tech support 24/7. You can contact the support team via live chat, ticket, or telephone. BlueHost offers three different support telephone numbers; one for WordPress help, one for VPS and dedicated support, and one for general questions.
BlueHost supports the tools that you'll commonly find on a LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL and PHP) environment, including Python, Perl5, CGI, and Ruby on Rails.
It does not support Windows technologies, like ASP or ColdFusion, as it does not offer Windows hosting packages.
No. BlueHost only offers Linux hosting packages.
Yes, BlueHost offers four different VPS hosting packages.
No. BlueHost has discontinued all of its reseller hosting plans.
BlueHosts offers unmetered space and bandwidth on many of its hosting plans. Even though you can technically store and transfer as much data as you like, you'll be expected to adhere to its fair use limitations.
So, you can build a large website on a shared plan, but you can't use it as a download site or repository. In practice, shared hosting is not suitable for very large, media-heavy websites.
If you load up your account with media, you'll probably find that performance is poor. And if you use more than your fair share of shared hosting, you may be asked to reduce your usage or upgrade to a more suitable plan.
On a shared hosting plan, BlueHost will transfer your sites from another host, but this is a premium service that attracts an additional fee. The service is called Site Transfer, and covers up to 5 websites, and up to 20 email accounts.
BlueHost does not offer site transfer services for VPS, cloud, or dedicated server hosting.
Yes. You can also purchase an SSL certificate through BlueHhost when you set up your account, or purchase one later, through your cPanel.
Yes. A basic version of CloudFlare is provided with shared hosting plans. You need to enable it in cPanel for each domain or subdomain.
The basic version is not compatible with SSL-enabled domains.
If you prefer, you can set up the service on the CloudFlare website and benefit from more advanced features. Note that you will need to change your name servers yourself if you sign up on the CloudFlare website.
If you sign up for the basic version through your BlueHost cPanel, the name server change will be completed for you.
No. BlueHost does not have an uptime guarantee, and it does not publish any uptime targets on its website.
If you experience downtime and choose to leave the host, it will not penalize you financially, and will provide a full refund for the unused time on your account.
BlueHost owns and manages its own data center in Provo, Utah.
While there's nothing to stop you installing Magento on a BlueHost server, the host does not provide specific Magento optimized plans.
Additionally, it does not offer specific help with migrating Magento sites from another host, and offers no specific Magento technical support.
BlueHost uses CentOS on dedicated servers.