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Pickaweb offers several tiers of shared hosting plans, as well as VPS, cloud-based virtual servers (which is, essentially, VPS), dedicated servers, and reseller hosting.
Pickaweb accepts all major credit cards, and also PayPal.
Yes. Annual plans have a lower monthly cost than month-to-month plans. Biennial plans are an even better value.
Yes, on most plans. The lowest tier of shared hosting does not allow for monthly billing.
Most shared hosting plans are available for monthly, annually, and biennially billing. The lowest tier of shared hosting can be paid for quarterly, annually, or biennially. VPS and Dedicates hosting plans have billing options of monthly, quarterly, and annually.
Yes. Pickaweb plans come with a 30-day money back guarantee. (This does not apply to Dedicated Servers.)
Pickaweb offers 24/7 technical support via phone, live chat, and email. They also have a comprehensive knowledge base and extensive video tutorials.
Yes. Free domain names are only free during the first year.
Yes. Almost all of Pickaweb's retail hosting plans include a free domain name. The lowest tier of shared hosting does not include a domain name, though.
SSD, or solid state drive, is a type of hard drive. Conventional computers have spinning disk drives (most people have these in their desktop and laptop computers). SSD, similar to the type of storage used in USB Flash Drives, is much faster than conventional spinning disks. But it is also much more expensive. If you need faster loading times, and can afford it, SSD hosting plans are usually a better option.
VPS and Cloud Hosting are (usually) interchangeable terms. Pickaweb uses "Cloud hosting" to refer to their VPS plans that are built with Solid State Drive (SSD) storage.
That depends on what you need. If you are setting up a personal blog, or a simple website for a small businesses or local non-profit, then one of the shared hosting plans is probably right for you. If you are setting up an enterprise web server (a server for internal use in a large company), a high-traffic site, a SaaS web application, or another type of site that either will generate a lot of traffic or require a lot of custom set up, then a VPS (or cloud-based) plan is usually the right choice. People who need dedicated server equipment usually know they need it. This is often used for the same purposes as VPS, but when there are specific custom requirements about hardware configuration or security.