WP Engine offers four managed WordPress plans. They’re all Linux-based, so if you need Windows hosting there’s nothing to see here. All of their plans come with a CDN (content delivery network) which helps pages load more quickly, staging environments to visualize changes before publication and their LargeFS software to transfer and store heavy duty data. Here are their plans in detail:
-Startup Plan - For $35/month, you’ll get one WordPress installation, an SSL certificate, up to 25,000 monthly visitors, 50GB/month of data transfers and 10GB of storage.
-Growth Plan - At $115/month, WP Engine offers 5 WordPress installations, SSL certificates, up to 100,000 visitors, 200GB data transfers each month and 20GB disk space.
-Scale Plan - For $290/month, they offer 15 WordPress installations, SSL certificates, a max of 400,000 site visits, 200GB/month data transfers and 30GB disk space.
-Custom Plans - For additional support, resources and features you can create your own plan with WP Engine. This will give you the option to upgrade to a dedicated server and scale your site as needed.
If you commit to an annual plan, you’ll get 2 months-worth off the price. But even so, these plans are quite expensive. They do offer a 60-day money back guarantee, but it doesn’t apply to the custom plans.