“I have been a paying customer for NameCheap since November 2017.
I am monitoring NameCheap’s shared hosting servers for Uptime and Performance through my website hostingpill-nc.website.
This review of NameCheap is based on actual testing done on their servers.”
This NameCheap Review was revised and updated on April 4, 2019.
In the world of domain name registration, few names are bigger than Namecheap. Namecheap is well established in domain registration for its low prices and reliable service.
Like many other registrars, Namecheap also offers hosting services. Unfortunately, while we all know Namecheap the registrar, few of us know Namecheap the host. This isn’t surprising, given that the company’s name directly refers to domains and not hosting, but nonetheless…
Today, you’re in luck! Because in this review I will summarize my findings from using Namecheap. And to make things extra special, I’ll talk about Namecheap as both a host and registrar.
So, how does Namecheap stack up? Is it only good for being cheap? Is it only good for managing its 10 million domains, or can it do the other part of the site equation as well?
It’s complicated, but we’ll get there. So without further ado, let’s talk about Namecheap!