Upgrade your hosting from iPage

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Outgrown your current iPage plan?

Would you like your iPage to go faster, stop crashing, or just be better?

Does your site get more or less than 5,000 unique people visiting it every month? If you see less than this number of people coming each month, you should change your shared plan.

On the other hand, if each month brings more than this, you should start thinking about changing to a Virtual Private Server (VPS) or your very own Dedicated server, whether managed or unmanaged.

One last quick point to note is that if your site is based on WordPress, you should look at one of iPage's WordPress plans. If you've set up WordPress on your own a shared hosting plan, this might improve things quite dramatically. That said, if you've already given this a try, it's definitely time for a VPS or Dedicated server.


See iPage's Options

Hosting Plans Available
  Type Number of Plans Price Range  
Upgrade iPage shared hosting Shared 1 $12.95 to $12.95 More Info
Upgrade iPage WordPress hosting WordPress 2 $9.49 to $12.49 More Info
Upgrade iPage unmanaged dedicated hosting Unmanaged Dedicated 3 $119.99 to $191.99 More Info
Moving to or from iPage
    Shared Plans WordPress Cloud VPS Unmanaged Dedicated Managed Dedicated Recommended?
Switching hosts between iPage and InMotion Hosting InMotion Hosting and iPage Yes
Switching hosts between iPage and Namecheap Namecheap and iPage Yes
Switching hosts between iPage and JustHost JustHost and iPage Yes
Switching hosts between iPage and GoDaddy GoDaddy and iPage Yes
Switching hosts between iPage and FatCow FatCow and iPage Yes
Switching hosts between iPage and DreamHost DreamHost and iPage No
Switching hosts between iPage and A2 Hosting A2 Hosting and iPage No
Switching hosts between iPage and Heart Internet Heart Internet and iPage No
Switching hosts between iPage and HostGator HostGator and iPage No
Switching hosts between iPage and Bluehost Bluehost and iPage No
Switching hosts between iPage and A Small Orange A Small Orange and iPage No