Uptime, 30 days
99.685%
IPs Downtime, 30 days
~ 112h 30m
Response Time, 30 days
1070 ms
Shared IPs, today
71 +1
Hosted Websites, today
200,509 +1391
iPage Uptime, %
Last 30 days
3 months
All time
Response, ms
Last 30 days
3 months
All time
Shared IPs Sites
Last 30 days
3 months
All time
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Worst Shared IPs by Uptime
The domains from these shared IPs (5 random domains are being checked every 5 min from 1 IP) showed the worst uptime results for the period of the last 30 days.
Shared IP 66.96.147.159 66.96.147.105 66.96.147.118 66.96.147.197 66.96.147.205
uptime, % 98.903 98.930 99.083 99.153 99.167
response, ms 1296 1107 1262 1985 1924
hosted sites 6961 7036 6634 851 742
downtime ~ 06h 34m ~ 06h 25m ~ 05h 30m ~ 05h 05m ~ 04h 59m
Bad Shared IPs Count By Date
Here is the list of shared IPs where domains experienced downtime for the previous 7 days. The statistics is presented for each day, with the number of shared IPs and their domains' downtime data.
Date Total Shared IPs Bad Shared IPs Total Downtime Affected Sites
2019-05-25 71 1 ~ 05m 659
2019-05-24 71 0 0 0
2019-05-23 71 2 ~ 15m 7050
2019-05-21 71 2 ~ 10m 8156
2019-05-19 71 1 ~ 05m 920
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Background

Business Name: iPage.com

Company Owner: the Endurance International Group

Year of foundation: 1998

Location: Burlington, Massachusetts, United States

BBB Accreditation: No

Market Size: > 200K websites (#10 HRank list)

Growth Status: (by websites quantity): Decreasing

Founded in 1998 and headquartered in Burlington, the USA, iPage provides a range of hosting services for individuals and online business owners.

Since 2010, iPage.com is owned by Endurance International Group, which appears to be a major web hosting service owner with a dozen companies in possession.


Offers and Pricing

Shared Hosting Plans
Name Domains Disk Bandwidth Min Price Billing Term
Web hosting 1 Unlim Unlim $7.99 36 Mo

The company offers fairly affordable prices compared to many similar providers. They offer only 1 shared hosting plan called “Web Hosting“.

It can be purchased annually ($9.99/mo), biannually ($8.99/mo) or triennially ($7.99/mo). Easy, clear.

No set up fees with iPage.com.

Services include other standard hosting plans:

  • VPS / dedicated web hosting,
  • WordPress hosting,
  • Website Builder (3d party Website Builder/ Weebly), and other services.

Support

Instant Technical Live Support: Yes

iPage.com support chat

We have had no personal experience with the provider, however, their live chat seems to be working all right.

It reacts immediately and offers tech support as well.

A phone number as a contact option is also available.

Although it is definitely a big name, customer feedback demonstrates a little controversy about the quality of services provided by iPage and other EIG-owned groups. Particularly, page loading is said to be pretty slow. On the other hand, users say, pricing, uptime and customer support are iPage’s strongest points.


Last 6 Months Performance Values

MonthHRANK# in TOPUptime, %Response, msSites, +(-)Shared IPs, +(-)
Apr 20194.216299.7781076-6184-1
Mar 2019416799.891146+12870
Feb 2019417199.8861113-1774-2
Jan 20197.48799.9651141-29290
Dec 20188.27399.981102-449+1
Nov 20186.88699.9521166-4869-2

Report for 2018

HRANK# in TOPUptime, %Response, msSites, +(-)Shared IPs, +(-)
7.85299.9731186-11021-1
  • The company got 7.8 HRank rating with us in 2018 (and the 52d position in our list). In fact, it is much higher than what many similarly large and popular companies used to achieve.
  • Since June 2018 its uptime was if not always stable but never worse than 99%, which is something hardly many others can boast.
  • As we learned from our research, provider’s page load speed is not the fastest, and sadly, their response time charts don’t excel either: response time of the domains from the Shared IPs was 1096ms (as of December 2018) and it stayed in the range of 1,000ms throughout the monitoring period. Well, we definitely saw better results.
  • An interesting picture could be seen on the domain quantity charts – the number of domains decreased; however, the number of Shared IPs that host them just fluctuated. Still, looks like users tended to leave the provider.
Last updated April 2, 2019
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