The best web hosting provider for India is equally as fast globally as they are locally. They’re highly reliable with support that’s honest and accountable. Above all that, they offer amazing value for money!
Which web hosting provider is the BEST for India? It’s the one and only Hostinger, for reasons that we’ll be discussing below!
We’ve made it our mission to purchase accounts from various web hosting providers to personally see how well they perform. Since Bitcatcha’s inception in 2014, we have personally purchased and set up over 85 test sites, and have been monitoring their performance ever since.
While we were messing around with our Hostinger India test site, we realized that these guys actually produced pretty fast response times when pinged from India! We did some comparisons and tested Hostinger against the other web hosts, and concluded that these ingenious Lithuanians deserve to be on the top spot in this list.
|US (W)||US (E)||London||Singapore||Sao Paulo|
|179 ms||250 ms||216 ms||3 ms||347 ms|
|58 ms||93 ms||78 ms||248 ms||217 ms|
Because the server is located in Singapore, we expected Hostinger to produce pretty fast results in the Asian region, and they didn’t disappoint. The requests from Singapore, Japan and Sydney were all responded to very quickly at below 195 ms, which is super quick.
Bangalore in particular, got their response in 58 ms, which is pretty impressive, considering the distance!
What we liked about Hostinger India is that it doesn’t matter if your customers are based in Asia, America or Europe; their servers produce pretty fast response times in most regions.
“Fun” is not a word we’d usually use to describe a support team, but our experience with Hostinger’s support truly was fun! Their live chat widget is always on display on the bottom right of the dashboard, which makes connecting with someone very easy.
They also included the ability to send emojis, gifs, and files, which may sound useless but is actually very helpful in conveying our frustrations to the team.
They also serve over 20 countries in their native languages, with plans to add more, showing that they truly do care about communicating with their clients.
Hostinger does not offer all the same benefits as their competitors here on this list (no free daily backup except with the Business plan) but they do deserve the #1 spot because of their attractive introductory prices and the fact that you’re able to host from their Singapore datacenter.
Why is this a winning combo? Because users can enjoy premium-quality hosting at an affordable price… whilst hosting from a datacenter in the most well-connected spot in Asia! We’ve yet to find another host that can offer a better package to India websites.
Hostinger also competes well with the rest of the web hosts in terms of speed, features, and ease of use, but they also managed to one-up most of the competition by offering 1 free domain name with every new account.
We’ll also have access to Zyro, their outstanding website builder that’s specially designed to get your site up easily, fast and hassle free! You’ll definitely want to read more about it here.
This provides excellent value, especially for entrepreneurs and new online business owners that are concerned over cash flow. With such solid results, impressive response times and excellent support system, you really can’t go wrong when you host with Hostinger.
Bluehost was formed in 2003 and quickly went on to becoming one the top web hosting brands in the market. They’re especially popular in India, but does their popularity equate quality? Let’s find out.
|US (W)||US (E)||London||Singapore||Sao Paulo|
|23 ms||78 ms||183 ms||193 ms||164 ms|
|330 ms||168 ms||125 ms||92 ms||174 ms|
Bluehost’s data centers are based in the US, and they’ve got pretty good pings (below 200 ms) from most of the world with a worldwide average of 153 ms. One problem though – they could have done better in Bangalore, with a 330 ms score.
However, this is destined to improve as they will be setting up a server in India in the near future.
Plus, we’ve got to keep in mind that by building an online website, we’re expecting audiences from all over the world, not just India. In this aspect, Bluehost performs pretty damn well!
We like using Bluehost, and a big plus for Indian websites is that you’ll get localized support because you’ll actually be speaking to a dedicated Bluehost India team. You can reach out via live chat or give them a call on the phone. They also have a pretty robust knowledge-base filled with useful tutorials and guides.
Bluehost is actually a super popular choice among many bloggers and affiliate marketers. They come at a very impressive low price (especially compared to HostPapa and A2), that drops down even lower to ₹179 if you opt for a 3-year plan.
They offer solid features, and are fast all around the globe. For now, expect just average speeds if you’re only targeting Indian audiences. However, they are launching an India server soon, which means we can expect lightning-fast speeds in the near future!
Coming up next is HostPapa, an independently-owned company based in Toronto.
They’ve been selling web hosting since 2005 but claim their top executives have 70+ years of combined experience in the industry.
That said, HostPapa only comes second on our list since it only has servers in the US, Canada and Europe. If only they had a server nearer to India!
As we’ve touched on, if your site is targeting audiences in Asia, the ideal scenario is to host from a datacenter based in Singapore. That’s because they’re a hub for subsea cables and can offer the best speeds and stability to the Asia region.
BUT, even so, we still think HostPapa is a great option for Indian websites. And our speed test results agree.
|US (W)||US (E)||London||Singapore||Sao Paulo|
|159 ms||119 ms||8 ms||160 ms||213 ms|
|115 ms||275 ms||238 ms||129 ms||14 ms|
To investigate HostPapa for ourselves, we set up and hosted a grand total of 3 test websites.
We ran each site through the speed test tool and were really happy with the results! The best response time pinged from Bangalore was 115 ms. Even though this was hosted all the way from Amsterdam, it’s impressively fast for Indian audiences.
HostPapa’s worldwide average response time was 143 ms. That earns this host a solid A+ rank.
To sum it up, HostPapa’s servers respond quickly for ALL your site visitors – whether they’re based in India, or elsewhere on the planet.
We’ve dealt with customer support from all the hosts listed here today, and HostPapa’s team didn’t let us down.
Their award-winning ‘PapaSquad’ were super efficient. We reached out to them many times when writing our review and they replied almost instantly every time.
Plus, you can request a free 30-minute 1-on-1 consultation on anything hosting-related. It’s a handy way to resolve any questions or doubts and is pretty cool – not many hosts bother with this.
Lastly, it’s always great when a host has a useful knowledge base. HostPapa’s is pretty extensive and full of helpful videos and tutorials. In all – very beginner friendly!
That said, HostPapa does lack localised Indian support as you’ll be chatting to their overseas team. If you prefer to speak to a customer service rep that shares a similar culture, you might prefer a host who offers localised support teams.
In all, we think HostPapa offers great value for money. Its plans are really cheap, but you’re still getting a solid product.
Its Starter plan costs just ₹199 /mo (for a 3 year commitment) and even then you get a ton of value. You’ll get a free domain registration, free site migration, 100GB of disk space, ‘unlimited’ bandwidth, Cloudflare CDN, free SSL… the list goes on. For their Business plans, HostPapa sweetens the deal even more by throwing in more unlimited goodies.
In all, HostPapa offers awesome value, speed and support. Sure, we wish they had a datacenter in Singapore, and we’d like to see more speed enhancing software (e.g. caching tech). But at least we can see from our speed test that HostPapa is still very fast.
This American web hosting company is quite well known for their superb Turbo servers and their awesome A2 Optimization feature.
While they’re not the fastest web host around, they still managed to get A+ in our server speed tests.
|US (W)||US (E)||London||Singapore||Sao Paulo|
|172 ms||212 ms||278 ms||6 ms||316 ms|
|163 ms||141 ms||67 ms||218 ms||159 ms|
Using their Singaporean data center, pings from Singapore came in super quick at 6 ms, 67 ms for Japan while Bangalore scored a very respectable 163 ms. The response times for the rest of the world dipped into the hundreds, but they’re still faster than your average web host with a worldwide average of 173 ms.
Now this is where we have a slight problem with A2 hosting – their live chat Gurus are actually good at what they do. It’s just that they can be a little difficult to reach. Once we got through to a Guru though, they managed to effortlessly solve our problems!
Like HostPapa, A2 Hosting also offers free SSL for their customers, a feature that is easily implemented but isn’t done yet by most web hosts. Their NVMe SSDs combined with their Turbo servers make them a force to be reckoned with, and their A2 Optimized software makes setup a breeze. Customer support can be improved, but once you connect to them, they’re a solid web host with excellent features!
You’ve seen some pretty kick-ass web hosting services in this list so far, but GreenGeeks is a different sort of beast, in a save-the-world kind of way.
With solid data centers, a strong support team, cutting edge infrastructure, Git compatibility, and CloudFlare integration, Greengeeks is undoubtedly fast – but what makes them stand out is that they invest 3 times of every amp they use into renewable energy!
By hosting with them, you’re literally making the world a greener place.
|US (W)||US (E)||London||Singapore||Sao Paulo|
|50 ms||23 ms||86 ms||218 ms||145 ms|
|208 ms||186 ms||151 ms||20 ms||99 ms|
GreenGeek’s worldwide average is a breathtaking 118.6 ms, they are ranked A+, faster than Google’s recommended response time and most hosts on this list!
However, their data centers are based only in the US, Canada and Amsterdam, so for Indian audiences, they’re okay but not the fastest, at 208 ms. Still very impressive speeds though!
Admittedly, we haven’t had much experience with their support team, because everything went so smoothly during our test site setup, we barely needed to reach out to them at all.
When we did though, they answered quickly and skillfully. Thumbs up for the team!
The planet-loving web hosting company is simply amazing. Not everyday do you come across a provider that spoils their customers with unlimited websites, unlimited transfers, free SSL, free domain and free CDN at their price point.
They make for an excellent choice, except for the fact that they don’t have any data centers in India.
Our experience with GoDaddy India was equal parts “cool!” and “meh!”. For each thing that made us happy, they managed to create an equivalent problem that pissed us off. Let’s have a look at what we’re dealing with.
|US (W)||US (E)||London||Singapore||Sao Paulo|
|167 ms||218 ms||197 ms||10 ms||337 ms|
|111 ms||182 ms||71 ms||245 ms||173 ms|
One of the cool things we liked about GoDaddy India is their speed – They’re actually pretty fast!
Although they weren’t very transparent about the location of their datacenter (we clicked “Asia” but it never told us where in Asia the servers are located) it is obvious from the server speed test that it’s based in Singapore, with a whopping 10 ms.
Pings from Japan came next at 71 ms and then interestingly, Bangalore at a very speedy 111 ms. Needless to say, GoDaddy India is perfect if you’re targeting the local Indian demographic.
The web host did pretty well also in other parts of the world, only dropping to 337 ms all the way in Sao Paulo. Overall, GoDaddy India’s worldwide Average is 171.1 ms, and that’s good enough for an A+ ranking!
Well, they’re good at what they do, fairly experienced and you’ll get connected pretty fast. Not as fast as Hostinger nor HostPapa, but they get the job done. Nothing to shout about – it just works.
This is where we’ll start ranting a little bit.
GoDaddy would be the perfect web hosting for India if only they had some fine-tuned apps for WordPress, but we got a big bag of nothing. All of the other hosts offer some sort of convenience for users via apps, so to get nothing is a little disappointing.
Another thing we’re quite annoyed about is their UI – they’ve customized their own interface but we feel that they could have done a better job in making it more intuitive.
It took us 30 minutes just to find the right place to retrieve our DNS correctly, and navigating through the UI felt a little forced and unnatural.
If you’re looking to implement basic SSL for your websites, you’ll be disappointed to find that GoDaddy India has no free SSL. You can pay for it, but you’ll be bitter knowing that this is something you can easily get with other hosts for free.
Having said all that, we think GoDaddy India is actually good if you’re looking for no frills web hosting targeting India’s consumers at cheap pricing, but if you’re expecting top of the line features or anything extra, it’s best to look at other web hosts.
BigRock! The myth, the brand, the legend!
We’ve heard a lot about them and they seem to be quite popular in India, so we decided to get an account with them for this list, just to see if they live up to expectations.
But before we get on to the praises/ rants, let’s have a look at the test results first.
|US (W)||US (E)||London||Singapore||Sao Paulo|
|226 ms||241 ms||130 ms||62 ms||343 ms|
|106 ms||309 ms||133 ms||216 ms||137 ms|
With a worldwide average of 190 ms, Bigrock is clearly the slowest web host on the list. Speed wise, they’re ideal for fast local pings as they’re the only web host on this list with a datacenter in Mumbai.
If you want to attract an international clientele though, BigRock might not be the best choice, with scores of 226 ms from US West, 241 ms from US East, 130 ms from London, 343 ms from Sao Paulo and 309 ms from Sydney.
The only countries we saw doing well outside of India was Singapore at 62 ms and Japan at 133ms.
We signed up for BigRock’s starter plan after seeing how popular they are with the locals in India, expecting decent service and ease of use but the experience we went through was… a huge disappointment.
First off, the system didn’t send us the required information to log into our account. No login info, no DNS to set up, absolutely nothing.
So we contacted their livechat for help but they can’t do anything about it without a login, so we were asked to call BigRock’s international support number (at our own cost, mind you) to sort this out.
So we called and followed the automated instructions, patiently pressing the keys we were told to press… then the call dropped.
So we tried again.
And the call dropped. Again.
We tried calling them a grand total of 3 times and the call drops at the exact. Same. Moment.
We consulted the live chat team to see what else can be done.
We asked them if they can transfer us directly to the relevant team – they cannot.
Can they cancel our account – they cannot.
This was quickly becoming the worst encounter we’ve ever experienced with a web host of this caliber.
At 5pm, we sent an email to the address that the livechat team kindly provided, and they replied at 6pm with the information we needed to finally login and set up our test site.
Needless to say, we weren’t too happy about the entire ordeal.
BigRock is cheap, but they really need to buck up. Speed wise, they’re doing okay despite the lack of PHP7 and SSD. They don’t haven’t yet implemented SSL so users might run into trouble in the near future when Chrome updates their system.
They definitely need to provide more features for their users, and their UI needs to be updated – it looks like they designed it in the 90s and fired their designer halfway through.
We can’t provide screenshots because we only managed to access the client area once during sign up – we’ve been locked out of it ever since, and the “forget password” feature just doesn’t work. We’ve tried it numerous times, nothing has ever appeared in our inbox or spam folders.
Most people just want basic web hosting that works. However, there are huge differences in brands and it’s essential to pick a web host that suits your needs in order to have a successful online business.
There are a few things that a web host must have for us to consider them good – here are a few so you’ll know what to look out for.
If your web hosting is slow to respond, it could cost you thousands, maybe millions in lost potential sales. We want a fast web host that can at least match Google’s benchmark of 200ms! At Bitcatcha, we measure server speed and rank the web hosts from A+ to D.
You need to get web hosting that responds to requests from your targeted audience FAST, so be sure to pick a web host with good response times in your audience’s region. This is why Bitcatcha’s unique server speed checker shows you response times taken from 10 countries around the globe!
We want to strike a nice balance between low prices and good web hosting. Pick a host that can provide you with the features you need at a price you’re comfortable paying!
Complications can occur when you’re dealing with websites, and it’s nice to have a team of experts dedicated to helping you solve your problems. Be sure to pick a web host that has a good track record in customer support.
Your site will be useless to you and your audience if it constantly goes down. We want to look for a web host that can least provide us with a 99.8% uptime guarantee
If your web hosting has poor protection against malware and hacks, you’ll be leaving your website and data wide open for attacks. Pick a host that has a strong track record in security, malware and hacking protection.
It’s always nice to get more than you paid for in terms of features. Some web hosting brands might provide more features but they might not be the fastest. Pick a web host that has a nice balance of essential features, speed, and price.
An excellent choice for those of us who are just starting out. You can host from Singapore and enjoy server response times of 99 ms in India, and they are pretty damn fast all around the world too! Their crazy low introductory price is simply too good to resist.
An awesome host that’s popular for its low starting price and localized support. They’re fast around the world, with average server response times reaching 153 ms. Speeds from Bangalore are slower at 330 ms, but this is set to improve once they’ve finished setting up their newest server in India itself.
A very affordable and value-packed host. Server response speed is great at 115ms pinged from Bangalore, and very little latency when pinged from around the world. We feel that it’s the perfect host for small to medium businesses in India.
Here at Bitcatcha.com, we’ve got decades worth of combined experience in networking and IT, and we’ve made it our mission to discover everything there is to know about web hosting.
We place utmost importance in web hosting speed because we know that speed can easily make or break a business. A web host needs to be able to respond to a request faster than you can snap your fingers (it takes 350 milliseconds to snap your fingers – a good web host needs to be able to respond in less than 200 milliseconds).
When you bring your business online, you should know that you’re in competition with hundreds, possibly thousands of other web stores. You can expect the competition to offer the exact same service or product as you, at the exact same price point or even lower.
What can you do to get an advantage over the competition?
According to thinkwithgoogle, websites should be fully loaded in under 1 second these days. With good reason too, because sites that take 1-3 seconds to load have a bounce rate 32%.
Site load speed is also highly important in getting ranked on Google, as core web vitals start playing a bigger role in their ranking criteria.
In short, web vitals are measured using 3 metrics: Visual stability, Largest Contentful Paint (LCP) and First Input Delay (FID). Out of these 3 metrics, the latter two are highly dependent on loading speed!
One of the best ways to achieve quicker loading speed is to pick the right web hosting provider.
People can get unreasonably demanding online, and a good web hosting provider will be able to respond to requests almost instantaneously, providing your site with speed and resources it needs to meet those demands.
In other words, speed is essential for the success of your website. Pick the right web hosting provider, and your site will load faster. The quicker it loads, the more you’ll be able to sell and it’ll be easier getting ranked on Google!
We used our very own server speed checker to test for response times from 10 different locations across the world. We then average out those results and rank them according to their performances. Providers with speeds below 180ms gets an A+ ranking!
We measure the response times from Bangalore specifically. This tells us how fast a particular web host is for Indian audiences.
So your web store or business is focused in India. What are your hosting options?
Ultimately we recommend a global host that covers India for better customer support and facilities.
You’re this close to knowing everything you need to know about web hosting! All that’s left to do is to learn all about the differences and nuances of the types of hosting services available, and you’re practically a bona fide expert on the topic.
This might all sound mundane, technical and even boring, but believe me it’s highly important. If you select the wrong type of hosting service, you probably won’t realize it until much later when your site starts picking up traffic.
Then, you’ll realize that you’ll need different sorts of resources for your website, but it’s too late to back out and you’re stuck paying for a service that doesn’t quite do your business justice.
Take it from us, because we’ve made that mistake before.
Let’s jump in and have a look at the different types of web hosting services available, so you don’t make the same mistake we did.
Shared web hosting is exactly what it sounds like. You’ll be sharing server space with a bunch of other users on the same server, with the resources split evenly among everyone.
This is by far our most recommended web hosting type, as it’s great for general purpose use, and actually performs surprisingly well if you go for a reliable brand that takes no nonsense from errant users.
It’s simple, uncomplicated, perfect for first timers thinking about dipping their feet in building a website. Most of them are really quite affordable too, which is always a plus in our books.
The only problem with shared web hosting is that rogue users might (intentionally or not) take up too much resources, causing slowdowns for everyone else sharing that same server.
However, as mentioned earlier, pick a reliable brand that takes no nonsense from their users (like Hostinger), and you’ll be fine!
While shared web hosting hosts multiple websites on a single server, with cloud web hosting, your website will exist across multiple servers – a cluster of servers, to be exact, in the cloud.
This means that the provider can literally choose other servers to load up your site from, if a particular one is under stress or is facing performance issues, which ensures stable, consistent, site load speeds!
Users usually upgrade from shared hosting to cloud hosting once they feel that their website has outgrown the resources that shared web hosting provides.
How would you know if it’s time to upgrade?
Well, when you’re allocated bandwidth is constantly being used up due to heavy traffic, or if your web hosting provider straight up complains and TELLS you to do it, then yeah it’s time to upgrade.
Aside from it’s obvious speed benefits, cloud web hosting provides users with a whole lot more features than shared hosting, such as balanced load, better security and easy scalability.
However, the downside is the price. Good things don’t come cheap, and cloud web hosting is unmistakably, good.
VPS servers, otherwise known as Virtual Private Servers, are actually quite similar to the abovementioned cloud hosting.
The key difference between these two is that while cloud hosting utilizes several different machines on the cloud, VPS hosting uses one massive physical server which is then partitioned into several different servers.
Each one of these partitions act as a dedicated server on its own with its own resources, but at a much larger scale than what a shared hosting server would provide.
Faster and highly reliable compared to shared hosting servers, VPS hosting is typically very customizable, easily upgradable, and the partitions can be configured however you want to suit your needs.
Since each partition acts as a dedicated server, you’ll enjoy greater privacy and security – you won’t have to worry about resource hogging, traffic surges or privacy breaches from other users.
If you’re experiencing heavy traffic spikes on your ecommerce site, or if the website you’re running is particularly resource heavy, you should consider upgrading to a VPS account from your shared hosting server.
You’ll have to pay quite a bit more, but we personally feel that the damage to the wallet is actually worth the trade off in performance, stability, security and resources.
For those of you looking for complete control over your servers, or if you just have deep pockets and a deep dislike for sharing, you might want to look into dedicated hosting plans.
With dedicated web hosting, you’ll practically be renting an entire server with ALL of its resources, dedicated just for you or your business. That’s the equivalent of booking out an entire restaurant or movie theatre, just for a date.
Better make damn sure that date is worth it!
Best suited for large enterprises or successful sites with consistently high daily traffic, dedicated web hosting users will have full access to the server, with the ability to configure it to support the exact amount of web traffic required to keep the site running.
Its uses include being able to install alternative operating systems for the webserver, or running performance-enhancing utilities like advanced page caching systems which require specific server hardware that only dedicated servers can provide.
With its superior speeds, reliability, resources, and most importantly, customizability, they are typically used to support extremely high levels of traffic for ecommerce, media, or publishing sites.
However, be prepared to get your kidney familiar with the black market to pay for its services. Dedicated Web Hosting does not come cheap and rightly so, considering you’re literally renting out an entire server for yourself.
It might even come with unexpected expenses too, such as licensing for software that are required to get the server running, i.e. Windows, or maybe even cPanel.
Managed WordPress hosting is just the bees knees of… well, hosting WordPress sites.
If you’re running an enterprise site based on WordPress (and if your wallets are deep enough) we’d always recommend using managed WordPress hosting services.
It has all the benefits of WordPress Hosting, but MANAGED!
Okay, I realize that doesn’t say much. Let me elaborate.
First up, Managed WordPress Hosting isn’t all that much different from regular shared hosting, except that you’ll get to enjoy all of the perks and none of the drawbacks – always fast, backed up, and secured!
All you have to do is sort out the initial set up, and since it’s literally managed, you can just kick back and sip on a cocktail while the experts work on keeping your site well oiled and running smoothly.
You won’t need to worry about WordPress updates, because they’ll manage that for you. Security concerns are forgotten because, well, they’ll manage all your security updates. You won’t even need to lose sleep over optimizing your site because it’s… managed!
If something goes wrong, don’t panic – these services usually will have WordPress experts as support to sort everything out for you because… managed!
You get the idea by now.
The only note about managed WordPress hosting is that you might not be able to install the plugins you want, and it’s kinda damaging to the ol’ wallet.
So, we’ve covered how to determine a good web hosting service, the types of web hosting available, and the benefits of picking a provider with a data center near or in India.
Before you go bragging to all your friends about your newfound expertise in web hosting, let us do you the favour of stopping you right there, cause we’ve yet to talk about which type of web hosting is suitable for YOUR website.
First up, you’re going to need to know what kind of website you’re looking to build. By doing so, you’ll know what sort of features you’ll need, the amount of resources required, and all the little extras that are required to run your website.
Decide if the website you want is going to be a:
So, which type of web hosting is best for you?
Quite frankly, we don’t have the answer to that. Each one of these services serve a different purpose, and there really is no “best” web hosting service, only the one that works better for your business or website.
For those that are just starting out or are looking for an affordable option to host your website, you just can’t go wrong with a shared web hosting plan. Just make sure that the service comes with good features, knowledgeable support, and is able to handle the traffic you’re expecting for your site.
After intensive testing and experiencing the pros and cons of each brand, we personally feel that the International web hosts (Hostinger, Bluehost, HostPapa) are your best bet.
They are consistently fast with a reputation of being reliable, and their customer support will help you in any way they can. Plus, both Hostinger and Bluehost offer the benefits of a localized support team, and start at very affordable prices.
However, if you want rock-bottom prices, then BigRock and GoDaddy India will suit your needs just fine, especially if you’re targeting the local Indian demographic. They’ve got very fast local pings, but you’ll be giving up features and helpful customer support.
To us, poor customer support is a deal-breaker, but if that’s not a problem for you, then go right ahead.
That wraps up our top 7 web hosting brands for India!
Yes. There are plenty of free web hosting services around that you can utilize for your website. However, they come with performance restrictions, handicaps, and ads displayed on your website (which you have no control over). If you’re looking to actually build traffic and generate revenue through your site, we would strongly advise against going for these free services.
Shared web hosting costs an average of ₹700 to ₹14,000 per year – excluding domain and SSL. Domains would typically cost you ₹99 – ₹6,059 a year, while SSL can cost anything from as little as ₹1,425 up to ₹4,185 per annum. These can build up to cost quite a bit, so we highly recommend a web hosting service that offers both domain AND SSL for free, like Hostinger.
Hostinger is the best web hosting you can get at a budget. At only ₹119 a month (with their 48-mo plan), you’ll enjoy a free domain and SSL, unlimited bandwidth, 100GB SSD – more than enough for small or personal websites.
Figure out the purpose of your website, and find out which kind of web hosting would be best to fulfil that purpose. Generally, for small business or personal sites, shared web hosting should be enough to cover all the bases. If it’s for a large to medium website, best not cheap out – go for something that provides you with more resources like VPS hosting.
All web hosting brands featured in this article are great for small business websites. Do note that if your site experiences fast growth with an immense increase in traffic, you’ll need more resources and reliability to keep your business up and running. Consider upgrading to cloud hosting from Hostinger for more speed and reliability.
Hostinger would be our web hosting provider of choice for the UK. They’ve got a UK datacenter, terrific speeds, excellent and are great for all website needs.
If you’re building a WordPress site targeting the USA, Bluehost would be the preferred web hosting choice. If it’s a non-WordPress site with a global audience, it’s better to pick GoDaddy. Note that Hostinger would be a great choice for both, with their LiteSpeed Cache plugin (which speeds up WordPress) and their wide data center coverage.