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One website means no subdomains? What will be included in the Economy Hosting package?

Hi 

 

My name is shahzaib and I wants some information I wanted to know about the Economy package. They stated that I can use one website is that means I cannot use any subdomains what I wanted to know is what will be inluded in Economy package?

 

Free domain?

Free subdomains? how many?

Free SSL?

Disk space?

Emails?

Cpanel?

Phpmyadmin?

Ssh facility?

Linux server?

 

Thanks

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Nate
Super User I

Free domain on initial term; 1, 2, or 3 years accompanying a hosting plan of equal or greater length.  Both the domain and hosting need to be added to your cart before checking out.

 

Up to 25 sub-domains.

 

Linux with cPanel is the default for shared hosting unless you select Windows with Plesk.

 

100 GB disk space.

 

No free SSL, it's an available add-on.

 

Yes for SSH and phpMyAdmin.

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rd
Super User 2020 Super User 2020
Super User 2020

Sounds like going to the GoDaddy Hosting Plan Comparison chart will answer your question @Shahzaib342? I hope that helps?

 

...turns out that my two cents is worth less or more depending on the current exchange rate.

roy darling *my posts seem a lot shorter in my head

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Nate
Super User I

Free domain on initial term; 1, 2, or 3 years accompanying a hosting plan of equal or greater length.  Both the domain and hosting need to be added to your cart before checking out.

 

Up to 25 sub-domains.

 

Linux with cPanel is the default for shared hosting unless you select Windows with Plesk.

 

100 GB disk space.

 

No free SSL, it's an available add-on.

 

Yes for SSH and phpMyAdmin.

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rd
Super User 2020 Super User 2020
Super User 2020

Sounds like going to the GoDaddy Hosting Plan Comparison chart will answer your question @Shahzaib342? I hope that helps?

 

...turns out that my two cents is worth less or more depending on the current exchange rate.

roy darling *my posts seem a lot shorter in my head

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