|Date||Total Shared IPs||Bad Shared IPs||Total Downtime||Affected Sites|
|2019-03-24||1327||21||~ 27h 30m||9159|
|2019-03-23||1331||11||~ 25h 40m||4346|
|2019-03-22||1322||50||~ 30h 35m||11294|
|2019-03-21||1320||28||~ 34h 20m||11554|
|2019-03-20||1329||338||~ 46h 10m||108279|
|2019-03-19||1326||18||~ 26h 55m||10213|
|2019-03-18||1321||15||~ 12h 50m||3711|
The company was founded by CEO Richard Kirkendall in 2000.
They started as a domain registrar (ICANN-accredited) in 2000 only to convert to another hosting provider in 2007.
The company is headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona and claims to manage over 10 million domains.
|Name||Domains||Disk||Bandwidth||Min Price||Billing Term|
|Stellar||3||20 Gb||Unlim||$2.57||12 Mo|
|Stellar Plus||Unlim||Unlim||Unlim||$4.41||12 Mo|
|Stellar Business||Unlim||50 Gb||Unlim||$8.24||12 Mo|
NameCheap.com offers a comprehensive range of web services, including
NameCheap has 3 shared plans currently on offer; the cheapest Stellar plan costs $2.57/mo with a 12-month subscription (compared to $2.88 paid monthly). Not that much of a bargain but still a bit of a saving.
Plans can be purchased monthly or annually.
NameCheap’s website is clearly organized with lots of useful information and means of communication, including live chat, Knowledge base, and a ticket system, but no phone support. Third party websites state the provider’s servers are located in North America and Europe.
The feedback NameCheap.com received is mostly positive, with only several negative reviews. It appears that at some point of being in business, you just cannot be liked by every single customer, and NameCheap is no different. The average rating of the hosting provider is around 7-8/10 or 4/5, which is a good result.
|Month||HRANK||# in TOP||Uptime, %||Response, ms||Sites, +(-)||Shared IPs, +(-)|
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