Which is the best web hosting with faster load?

I'm looking for a web hosting for my site . i'm not satisfied with my current host for their loading time. thanks

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What grade does a test give your site?

I use to test if the issue is the site or the host. Time and time again I find new web masters learning that you can't drop megabytes of images and expect speed.

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Sorry folks, locking this thread down.

This conversation has generated way too many spam/advertisement like links.

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web hosting

Fastcomet is good web hosting site

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Best Fast Web Hosting
SiteGround is one of the best fast web hosting.
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FastComet has faster loading time

If you emphasize on the faster loading time, you should go for FastComet. It's average site loading time is around 200 ms. It uses solid state drives (SSD), which can increase the speed of your website by up to 300%.

SiteGround is a good option. However, it is not as fast. It's average site loading time is around 300 ms - 350 ms. So, in terms of faster performance, FastComet is the better option.

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