I've seen a lot of warnings about utilizing inexpensive Webhosting services to host a Moodle Course (e.g., BlueHost).
I was considering using BlueHost for a Moodle Course where I'd expect twenty-five to thirty simultaneous users (taking a quiz, posting and assignment, etc.).
After reading the warnings, I looked into MoodleRooms, a Moodle Partner. An individual teacher account is about $135 per year. I can't seem to find anything in writing on the MoodleRooms site that indicates how many simultaneous users it can handle. I don't want to pay more for Moodle hosting only to run into the same sort of CPU usage issues that people claim BlueHost users encounter. Afterall, I'm assuming that an individual teacher account on MoodleRooms is on a shared server just as a BlueHost user would be.
Your advice is much appreciated.
I have tried Bluehost and they were a good service for me--though I never exceeded 30 students using it simultaneously. I would not go more than that concurrently.
As for Moodlerooms, just ask them. I am sure they will tell you directly. You may also just give them your needs, your budget, and ask for a deal. You might find them flexible.
Remember, 10% of Moodlerooms and other Moodle partners' income goes to Moodle HQ to support overall development of Moodle. That is a great thing that Bluehost and most hosting services do not do.