EasyWP Free Storage Upgrade & New Monthly Billing

Starting today, all EasyWP WordPress hosting customers will benefit of 10GB of storage space instead of 5GB. And with the introduction of monthly billing, you can now start a WordPress website at just $1 for the first month.

2018 is a big year for EasyWP. As we announced on this blog, we rolled out two major improvements in the past weeks:

Our goal is to make the WordPress experience as frictionless and accessible as possible. We started our offering at an aggressive price of $8.88 for the first year and $48.88 at renewal. It was a much lower price than any other managed WordPress provider.

Then we slashed the renewal price for all our customers from $48.88/year to $29.88/year, a 38% cut.

While other providers host your website on external public cloud services, we host on our own Namecheap cloud. In fact, we’ve built a reliable hosting platform from the ground up for managed WordPress.

For you, this means your website data never leaves our data centers. And since we don’t have to pay third parties, we are able to deliver state-of-the-art hosting at a fraction of the cost.

Today we’re making EasyWP even more accessible. You can now buy EasyWP Starter on a monthly billing cycle, with an introductory price of $1 for the first month. And renewal for $3.88 per month. And all sites, including existing ones, now come with 10GB of SSD storage.

Yearly billing will continue to be available for $29.88 – it saves you 35% compared to the monthly billing.

We like to be transparent when it comes to your money, so let’s do a recap of the new pricing:

If you haven’t tried EasyWP yet, now it’s more accessible than ever to start your website!

2 thoughts on “EasyWP Free Storage Upgrade & New Monthly Billing”

  1. Any chance of allowing domains that are not on the NameCheap DNS to use EasyWP properly (i.e. setting an A record rather than having to forward to an EasyWP.com domain)?

  2. Hi Anthony, thanks for your question.
    At the moment it’s not possible to connect EasyWP to domain names that are not registered on Namecheap. It’s a technical limitation that we are working to remove, but I don’t have a firm release date yet.

    There is a workaround that can be used to achieve a similar result – it involves domain redirection: https://www.namecheap.com/support/knowledgebase/article.aspx/9906/2239/how-to-use-easywp-with-a-thirdparty-domain
    Please note that with the solution above users will notice the URL redirection, unless you make it happen inside an iframe.

    When we will add the support for external domains you will be able to connect any domain to EasyWP without using redirections or frames.

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