Hi Arnold, no, a Business hosting plan still won't get you there (unless GoDaddy somehow agrees that you can switch to barracuda.) Quite honestly, I am not sure what a Business Hosting plan is because I cannot see it on their website right now.
When I buy my VPSs, I wait to get one of GoDaddy's 30%-40% off offers. Still much more expensive than a hosted server, but this is probably what you will need. And you will need some knowledge about how to configure your VPS and Moodle products. I am not a server guy, so there may be all kinds of ways to accomplish what you see.
Here's what I can tell you. I run my own Moodle on a Godaddy Deluxe VPS. I deliver around 15 university courses per year, to about 500-600 students per year. My GoDaddy VPS runs like a charm... and has been as solid as a rock. I paid around $27/month for a three-year server.
GoDaddy is a "server" company, not a Moodle company. So they won't help you with Moodle questions. The Moodle install is not hard if you are a server-type person, it's terrible if you are not. I have learned along the way, and now have very good success. Yep, I need to make my video showing how I do this.
If you want to try yourself, buy a 1-month Value server. The experimenting will be worth the one month cost. Use your 30% off code when you do this.
GoDaddy is just one of many companies who sell VPSs. Others here on Moodle.org have some experience with other companies. I don't want you to think that I am promoting GoDaddy. I also do not own any stock or any interest in GoDaddy, but I have been with them for around 15 years, gaining experience every year.