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Improved hosting plans: 5 plans to fit your needs

Today we launch an all-new set of five hosting plans replacing the nearly 20 different subscription optionsIt’s no longer possible to purchase any of the old plans. We’ll help existing customers transition into the new plans as their subscriptions renew.  

We pride ourselves on making the complex easy, and hosting plans are no exception. Why choose from 18 different options when 5 great ones will do? After extensive customer research, we’ve created new hosting plans centred around user needs, not product features. For example, you no longer need to choose between WordPress or our Website Builder; our all-in-one plans include both. Give them both a try and see which one you like.  

The new plans vary from “Beginner” hosting that covers all the basics for a basic online presence, to “Guru” that supports up to 10 websites and offers great value for professional web designers. As you’d expect, larger plans carry more features, faster performance and more storage to keep up with growing customer needs. There’s something for everyone!  

Of course, you can still buy add-ons that tailor your plan to your needs. For example, if you need a simple e-commerce website, a “Beginner” plan with “Online Shop” add-on will be a great choice. And if you’re just about to launch a new venture, you might want to start small by registering a domain name with an “Email Only” subscription. This way, you can print business cards and network with future clients.   

In 2020, all our existing customers will transition to the new plans and new prices. If you have questions about how your subscription is affected, or need help navigating the new plans in general, please do not hesitate to contact support. You can read our FAQ to learn more about the new plans and how they work with the old ones.  

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