SiteGround, an independent and renowned web hosting company that offers the strongest combination of performance, reliability, support, and features in the hosting market. They offer high quality hosting services for WordPress websites for a reasonable price. As of June 18, 2020, the company has increased the price of its shared hosting plans. The new on-site special prices for the The StartUp plan is $ 6.99 / month Billing for 12 months billing contract. In the past, this plan was offered at $ 3.95 / month to new users.
The renewal price is increased by $ 3.04 for the Startup plan and by SiteGround by $ 5.04 for the GrowBig & GoGeek plan. See the updated scheduled price compared to the previous price.
SiteGround's new shared hosting price
|plans||New promo price||Old promo price||New renewal price||Old renewal price|
|Beginning||$ 6.99||$ 3.95||$ 14.99||$ 11.95|
|GrowBig||$ 9.99||$ 5.95||$ 24.99||$ 19.95|
|GoGeek||$ 14.99||$ 11.95||$ 39.99||$ 34.95|
* This new promotional price applies to the first invoice with a billing period of 12 months for the hosting plan.
The StartUp plan is currently offered with 10 GB of storage space, unlimited bandwidth, free SSL certificate, CDN, daily backup, email accounts and unlimited databases. There is single domain hosting with this plan.
GrowBig plans have 20 GB of storage space and all the features of the StartUp plan. In addition, this plan includes an on-demand option to back up and speed up caching. There is no domain hosting limit in this plan.
The GoGeek plan includes all of the first two plan features. This is the overall plan and allows users to use more server resources. All plans come with a 30-day money-back guarantee. A free domain is not offered with any plan.
The new 1-month billing cycle from SiteGround
SiteGround also introduced a 1-month billing cycle for all hosting plans. This costs new users $ 19.99 / month for StartUp plans, $ 29.99 / month for GrowBig plans, and $ 44.99 for GoGeek on a monthly basis. There is no setup fee for monthly accounts.
Let us know what you think in the comments section. Is this increased price really good versus this quality service?