iPage

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iPage
TypePrivate company
IndustryWeb hosting
Founded1998
FounderTomas Gorny
HeadquartersTempe, Arizona, USA
Area served
Worldwide
OwnerEndurance International Group
ParentEndurance International Group

iPage (/ˈp/) is a web hosting company.

History[edit]

iPage was initially founded in 1998 as a full web service provider, but the company re-launched operations as a web hosting provider in 2009. It's currently owned by Endurance International Group. iPage hosts currently more than one million websites in its two large data centers. However, iPage faces criticism for its speed, uptime, and customer support. Be advised of random billing. Website not available as of 4/7/2022.[1]

Features[2][edit]

iPage offers several types of hosting. Some of them are:

  • Shared hosting: That enables users to host unlimited domains for a monthly fee. Features offered by iPage are similar to other unlimited shared hosting services and include unlimited disk storage, data transfers, email addresses, FTP accounts, addon domain names, free SSL, and MySQL databases.
  • Virtual private servers determining the RAM, CPU, disk space and bandwidth specifications including cPanel.
  • Dedicated Servers
  • WordPress hosting: Which is only to host websites that use WordPress but with addon services such as expert support in WordPress.


References[edit]

  1. ^ Sumit. "SiteGround Vs IPage: A Super-Interesting Comparison With Data - Hosting Grow 2021". Retrieved 2021-10-13.
  2. ^ "Build Your Website with a Free Domain Name | iPage Web Hosting". www.ipage.com. 2020-01-17. Archived from the original on 2019-09-24. Retrieved 2020-01-17.