Top 3 Best Cheap WordPress Hosting Plan in 2021

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These are the best WordPress hosting services in 2021

1.#YouStable

Pros and Cons of YouStable

  • Pricing: Their hosting plans are well within the reach of most users, particularly those who are just starting out.
  • Reliability: They power a large number of websites with minimum downtime.
  • No hidden charges: There are no hidden fees when signing up for your account.
  • Free domain: You get a Free Domain Name for the first year when you signup.
  • Free CDN + SSL: For each website, you get a free SSL certificate and free Cloudflare CDN to block malware and improve security.
  • Money Back Guarantee: They offer a 30 day money back guarantee on all plans.
  • Dependable uptime in testing
  • No Knowledgebase
  • low bandwidth
  • only 9–7 IST call support

Conclusion: Is YouStable the Right Choice for You?

2.#Bluehost

PROS

  • Dependable uptime in testing
  • Excellent WordPress hosting plans
  • Useful WordPress site-building software
  • Terrific customer service
  • Easy-to-use interface
  • Free site migration
  • Lacks cloud hosting
  • No monthly shared hosting plans
  • Lack Windows-based servers

3.#A2Hosting

A2 Hosting Pros & Cons

  • Reliable speed: Even if A2 Hosting wasn’t the fastest provider when I tested them, every year their speed results have always been solid.
  • Advanced features: Their higher plans come with interesting advanced options like staging areas or a server-side caching system.
  • Uptime: Its uptime results are excellent.
  • Server locations: You can choose to host your website in America (East or West Coast), Europe or Asia.
  • Unmetered storage and bandwidth: Your storage is unlimited (for the highest 3 plans), although your total number of files can’t be more than 600,000 (or 300.000 with the cheapest plan). Bandwidth isn’t metered either.
  • On-demand backups paid separately: On-demand backups are limited to the tools that cPanel offers, which are a bit clunky.
  • Confusing checkout: Even if they are not as pushy as other providers (e.g. iPage), their check out is loaded with add-ons that you most likely won’t need (e.g. paid SSL certificate).
  • Concurrent HTTP connections: All shared hosting plans seem to be limited to 35 concurrent HTTP connections to the server.

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