After reviewing and analyzing WireNine shared hosting carefully, we find that the two plans have the following demerits and limitations.Expensive costs but limited resources
There is no denying that both shared hosting plans are expensive. Basic is priced at $10/mo, but it allows hosting 2 websites and includes 10 GB storage only. You can get the same resources and features from many leading web hosts
at a cost of less than $5/mo.
Plus is not cost-effective, either. Most shared hosting plans in the market that are priced more than $10/mo include advanced features like a private SSL certificate and dedicated IP, while Plus does not.The risk of unreliable backups
WireNine promises to back up your website twice a day to keep the data safe. However, the company does not guarantee the accuracy and completeness of backups, and the service can be terminated by the company at any time without notice. Besides, shared hosting accounts with more than 10 GB storage will not be backed up automatically.No pro-rated refund
WireNine offers 60-day money back guarantee, which is indeed one of the biggest highlights. However, after the first 60 days, you can never get a penny back in any circumstance. As shared hosting providers always promise to give a pro-rated refund at any time, the policy of WireNine seems a little bit unreasonable.
Another downside is that payments made with Bank Wire Transfers, Checks, Money Orders, Western Union Payments and Account Credit Balances are completely non-refundable.