Namecheap Web Hosting Powers over 1.5 million websites of every size and budget.
Among Namecheap's many great features is its simplicity. Hosting and domain registration are both very simple, with a straightforward interface almost entirely lacking upsells.
There's a lot to like about Namecheap's customer support; it's generally helpful and responsive, and the on-site information is decent, too. Nothing exceptional here, but not a lot to complain about either.
The Namecheap hosting options are quite comprehensive: you can choose from shared, WordPress, reseller, VPS, and dedicated client hosting.
If you’re like me, you’d expect Namecheap’s point of attraction to be shared hosting — after all, affordable web hosting seems like a natural growth point for the company.
Shared hosting plans come with at least 20GB of SSD-accelerated disk space, unlimited bandwidth, the ability to host three websites, and the option of either a US or UK data center. They also offer free domains, free WhoisGuard, and up to 50 Positive SSL certificates.
Obviously, a higher package will give you more SSD storage and unlimited sites. Backups are good—for the first two tiers, they come twice a week and six times a day every week for the third tier. You can add a dedicated IP for an extra $2 a month, and you also get access to an app store that has a good amount of free apps.
Overall, I must say that namecheaps's shared hosting looks pretty solid in terms of its features.