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I was looking a for a windows host for my ASP.NET MVC app and the prices in softsyshosting looked very decent. However i fail to understand, why do they offer codename "Enterprise" Shared hosting at the same price point as the codename "Economy" VPS ?

Enterprise Shared:

The First Economy VPS:

Why would someone be willing to pay the same amount of money for 350GB less bandwith, less database storage, less disk space, no RDP control .. ?

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closed as not constructive by Iain Jun 2 '12 at 13:42

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Generally speaking, the main benefit of shared hosting is that you are not responsible for operating system maintenance, library/application server patches, security, etc.

Conversely, VPS hosting offers more flexibility in configuration, and depending on the provider, offers higher performance. (though this may not always be true)

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