I'd go to Webhostingtalk and do your research on A2. Just make sure you know what you're getting into. It's like buying a piece of computer hardware. Do your research on that and then some. A sales rep can blow smoke and are in the business of selling a product. Not saying A2 isn't good, but I'd do research and confirm what they are saying, etc.
I pay monthly myself. Don't want to get locked into a yearly contract and have to come up with over $100 a year. I pay $8/month for a service that allows four domains. They have other service packages that are in fact cheaper and allow unlimited domains, but it's a yearly fee and I'm not entering that kind of contract.
It's just like Protonvpn. They don't offer a quarterly payment plan, only a yearly payment plan which is some $100 a year. No freaking way!
Now granted a yearly account would be cheaper, but I just can't come up with the massive cash at the end of the year unless I get yet another savings account just for the host.
Lumpy Burgertushie wrote: ↑
Thu Mar 26, 2020 8:11 am
host gator used to be a good company...
I think bluehost is owned by that same company but I am not sure.
Well that makes sense then.
Mick wrote: ↑
Thu Mar 26, 2020 8:10 am
If you think about it there isn’t enough silicon (or germanium) in the world for unlimited storage.
Perhaps we'll use another medium by the time that happens.