|Plan in review||Premium Shared Hosting||Power|
|Price before discount||$||$|
|Price (12-mo)||$14.49 / month||$10.99 / month|
|Price (24-mo)||$3.49 / month||$5.99 / month|
|Special Discount||Signup offer (Save up to 90%)||40% one-time discount|
|Promo Code||Link Activation||(Link Activate)|
Solid hosting performance - Service uptime above 99.98%
Great speed - Hostinger server responded in less than 200ms in some of our test ports
Very cheap - Shared hosting plan starts with $0.80/mo
Choices of 8 data centers available in U.S., Asia and U.K.
Newbie-friendly website builder
Accept a wide range of payment options
Exceptional server performance - Hosting uptime > 99.98%
Impressive live chat and technical support
One-stop solution for all - All hosting features you need in one plan
Free site migration service for all first time customers
90-day money back guarantee - Best in hosting market
Plenty of room to grow - Upgarde to VPS and dedicated hosting
Save 57% if you host with InMotion now (WHSR special discount)
In overall we are happy with our experience with InMotion Hosting
Lack of website migration support
Price hike after the first term (during renewal)
After the initial sign up, prices go up
No instant account activation
Server location in United States only
|Extra Domain Reg.||$8.99/yr for .com domain||$14.95/year|
|Private Domain Reg.||$5/yr||$12.99/year|
|Auto Script Installer||100+ Script||Softaculous|
|Custom Cron Jobs||Yes||Yes|
|Site Backups||$0.95/mo||Yes, $2/mo|
|Free SSL||$11.99 for lifetime||Auto SSL|
|Built-in Site Builder||Yes||BoldGrid|
Lithuania may not be many users first choice as the source of web hosting services but a surprisingly decent company started out there in the form of Hostinger. After a few name changes and hitting some small speed bumps along the way, Hostinger today hosts over 29 million users and has spread its office across the globe.
InMotion Hosting is one of our favoured web hosts and although they are US-based they offer a huge number of very positive features that should impress almost any would-be website owner. From an industry-leading 90-day money back guarantee to free site migration services, this company wants you to host with them and is willing to do what it takes to keep you there.
At the same time, mature sites who are looking for a change should also feel stress-free with either since after being around for so long, they have grown to offer many different types of plans which should satisfy even the most demanding of users.
With its wide geographic business spread, Hostinger has data centres on three continents and does remarkably well in our speed tests. InMotion Hosting has also proven to offer some of the best performing servers we’ve seen to date and almost always clock in at less than 450ms TTFB.
Both web hosts also have very good uptime records which, while not perfect, are more than good enough for anything except critical services.
If you’re looking for any major differences, the only thing I could probably say is that on one side, Hostinger edges slightly ahead with great security features such as BitNinja’s DDoS protection, but InMotion really comes out tops for customer support.
Customer support is a cornerstone of almost any service and InMotion Hosting offers this through a wide range of channels. From live chat and a ticket system to even connecting with them via Skype, we’re tried them out and feel that their reputation for excellent customer service is well deserved.
These are two hosts that almost anyone should have no issue picking up on and they are ready for you to grow to any size you would need. Hostinger does have a slight edge over InMotion Hosting in terms of price but to me the advantage of that is slightly debatable.
This is because to really take advantage of Hostinger’s cheapest plans (steepest discounts) you’ll have to sign on with them for an incredibly long period of time (as long as 48 months!) I don’t really recommend signing on with any service for that long a period, so choose wisely.
I also must add that InMostion Hosting, while being slightly pricier than Hostinger does have plans that I feel are just that bit more competitive. What they offer feels more substantial than the usual bling and they’ve got the numbers to back them up.
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