NameCheap vs WebHostingHub

Having trouble choosing between NameCheap and WebHostingHub? We’ll break down the comparison below to help you decide. At the end, we’ll let you know what we recommend.

Similarities:

  • 24/7 customer support
  • 99.9% uptime guarantee
  • Industry-standard cPanel

Major Differences:

  • NameCheap has both Linux and Windows-based servers
  • NameCheap has an unusually short 14 day money-back guarantee, while WebHostingHub has a generous 90 day money-back guarantee
  • NameCheap does not offer phone support
  • NameCheap has many plan limitations, including caps across domains, disk space, databases and email addresses
  • WebHostingHub does not have month-to-month payment plans
  • WebHostingHub has better customer support
  • WebHostingHub has faster page-loading speeds and more reliable uptime

Plans:

WebHostingHub hosting:
  • Shared
  • WordPress available for installation
NameCheap hosting:
  • Shared
  • VPS
  • Dedicated
  • Reseller
  • Private Email hosting
  • WordPress available for installation

Prices:

NameCheap has some of the cheapest hosting available. Their shared hosting can cost as low as $9.88/year, which comes out to about $0.82/month! Meanwhile, plans with WebHostingHub start at $2.99/month, thanks to current discounts.

Conclusion: 

Despite NameCheap’s incredibly cheap hosting prices and wider-range of hosting plans, we’d have to recommend WebHostingHub over NameCheap. WebHostingHub performs better in all the major categories, including faster page-loading speeds, more reliable uptime, and better customer support. While WebHostingHub is more expensive, they are still very cheap when compared to the average web hosts, due to current discounts. WebHostingHub also has much better plan features, since NameCheap’s plan features are capped. To top it off, WebHostingHub has a much longer money-back guarantee.

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