That is strange because I know it works for lots of other people using GoDaddy. I am not sure why your site will not start a session but it is usually due to a server configuration issue, like php.ini settings or the permissions on the /tmp/ directory (or wherever the session files are kept on your server).
This is probably something you will need GoDaddy to look into for you as you may not know where to check these settings and you may not even have the access you need to fix it.
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