You can save a nice chunk of money if you sign up for a year or more of dedicated hosting at a time. For example, you can rent a GoDaddy dedicated server for $129 per month, but if you commit to a 12-month contract, the price drops to $79.99 per month. Chances are, if you're serious enough about your site that you think it needs a dedicated host, you're probably planning for it to be up for a year. Of course, that's where the money-back guarantees come in, and some sites definitely offer more than others in that regard, so do your research. All our web-hosting reviews cover these guarantees.
The technical specifications of Bluehost’s Standard plan are quite good considering the low price point (as well as excellent uptime and speed). You get 500GB of disk space, and a bandwidth cap that is so large (5TB) you are unlikely to ever notice it. 4GB of RAM is a little on the low side but for a small to medium size website, it should be good.
Bandwidth greatly depends on the size of traffic that the user is anticipating to serve. The server’s network bandwidth dictates the quantity of data that can be moved from and to the website in a certain period (per billing cycle). In that regard, it is outright that websites that serve a great number of visitors require higher bandwidth as compared to the ones that serve a smaller number of persons. Most of all, a large bandwidth capacity is needed in the event the user intends to stream media files on the website, high-quality images, or database data travel between multiple servers that are associated with intense database usage, commonly known with the “big data” projects.
When deciding on the hosting provider, it is important to factor in the projected growth and the anticipated number of visitors. The provider should have the ability to provide higher bandwidth to meet future requirements. In addition, some providers have burst options to handle the isolated traffic peaks that do not require subscribing to a high bandwidth on a monthly basis.
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SiteGround offers three different plans: the Entry Server, Power Server and Super Power Server. The first two plans don’t really offer much different to the likes of HostGator and Bluehost, and cost considerably more. The Super Power Server plan offers a huge amount of memory and has plenty of CPUs, which makes it perfect for really large websites. That said, the bandwidth is low across the board, which could impact site load speed.
Their support team is available 24x7 via live chat, ticket system, and telephone.
Also, if your site uses more bandwidth than you’ve subscribed for, they’ll charge you for overuse. But so do most other providers. Therefore, it’s always good to keep accurate estimates of the traffic on your site. Bandwidth is not directly correlated to traffic, it depends on the simplicity and usage of your site. A simple website with 2-3 pages and with approximately 1000 visitors/mo would need around 1GB of bandwidth.
ProHoster offers 9 different Dedicated Server Hosting plans: MYCON05, MYCON06, UA13, RST10, RST6, RST20, LC Intel G1610, LC Intel Core i5, LC Intel Core i7. Their servers are placed in next locations: Kharkiv, Amsterdam, Moscow, New York, Tallinn, Siauliai.
Their answers were simple and precise. They answered exactly what we asked, but nothing more – so there is a little room for improvement. But overall Bluehost support beats many other supports we’ve seen, who have trouble with the English language, who only copy-paste answers or links, or are (in worst case scenario) an early version of an artificial intelligence-based program.