It seems the disk space you offer is much less than other hosts - why?

Contrary to popular belief, most websites will never require more than a few megabytes of space.  While it sounds good to offer 20, 50, 100 gigabytes or even (the marketing ploy of) UNLIMITED space, it is unlikely your site will ever need it.  The average WordPress website size clocks in around 1 gigabyte.

If you are, for instance, hosting large music or video files for download, or if you need to retain multiple email accounts on the server, then you may want to level up from our basic hosting package or look at our VPS Hosting packages.

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