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FatCow web hosting

Easy-to-use web hosting services for small business owners.

About FatCow
FatCow was founded in 1998 with the goal of bringing customers simple and friendly web hosting services, and is now owned and managed by Endurance International Group. The company offers a wide range of web hosting services including shared, WordPress, VPS and dedicated hosting designed specifically for small- to medium-sized businesses.

FatCow is a Green Certified partner of EPA Green Power, which means you can get Green Site Certification for your website. With free domain name registration, 24/7 support and a user-friendly Website Builder tool, you can set up your new website quickly with FatCow shared and WordPress web hosting.

As your business grows you can scale up your resources by switching over to a VPS or dedicated hosting plan and if you’re not satisfied with your web hosting, all plans come with a 30-day satisfaction guarantee.


FatCow pricing and plan options

Data obtained November 2018. Prices are subject to change and should be used only as a general guide.

 

Name Product Price From (per month) Websites Space Bandwidth Performance
Fatcow Original
$4.67
N/A
Unlimited
Unlimited
N/A
30-Day Money-Back Guarantee

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Name Product Price From (per month) Space Bandwidth Speed
Fatcow Startup
$119.99
500GB
5TB
2 Cores
Fatcow Professional
$151.99
1000GB
10TB
4 Cores
Fatcow Enterprise
$191.99
1000GB
15TB
4 Cores

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Name Product Price From (per month) Bandwidth Cores SSD Storage
Fatcow Basic
$19.99
1TB
1
40GB
Fatcow Basic
$47.99
3TB
2
90GB
Fatcow Basic
$79.99
4TB
4
120GB

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Name Product Price From (per month) Websites RAM Visits/month
Fatcow WP Starter
$3.75
N/A
N/A
N/A
30-Day Money-Back Guarantee
Fatcow WP Essential
$6.95
N/A
N/A
N/A
30-Day Money-Back Guarantee

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What web hosting types does FatCow offer?

VPS hosting

  • Three plans
  • One to four cores
  • 1-8GB RAM
  • 40-120GB storage
  • 1-4TB bandwidth
  • One to two IP addresses

Dedicated hosting

  • Three plans
  • Two to four cores
  • 4-16GB RAM
  • 500-1,000GB storage
  • 5-15TB bandwidth
  • Three to five IP addresses

Shared hosting

  • One starter plan, the original FatCow plan
  • Unlimited bandwidth and storage, within what FatCow considers reasonable for most small websites
  • Easy-to-use site building tools

WordPress hosting

  • Two plans
  • Unlimited bandwidth and storage, within what FatCow considers reasonable for most WordPress websites
  • Enhanced performance for WordPress sites

What web hosting types are not offered by FatCow?

  • Cloud
  • Reseller

Pros and cons of FatCow

  • Shared, WordPress, VPS and dedicated hosting plans are available
  • Free domain registration
  • No coding knowledge required to get started
  • Scalable plans
  • 24/7 customer support
  • Green Certified
  • No cloud or reseller services are offered
  • Live chat features are only for sales assistance
  • Online help form submissions
  • No Windows operating system

How to sign up for a FatCow account

  1. Register your domain. All FatCow hosting packages include a free domain name. If you already have a registered domain name you want to use, you can transfer it over to FatCow for free when you sign up.
  2. Choose a plan. Carefully consider the resources your website will require, and select a FatCow hosting plan accordingly. Keep in mind, even though FatCow offers hosting for large high-traffic sites, the company specialises in providing hosting services for small- and medium-sized businesses.
  3. Design your website. You can use WordPress or the FatCow site builder to create your website in just minutes. If you need any assistance, FatCow customer support is available 24/7. If you’re not satisfied with your web hosting, all orders come with a 30-day money back guarantee.

What content management systems does FatCow support?

  • WordPress
  • Joomla

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