**UPDATED**Scroll down for new information about this offer from Hostable
Since 1999, Hostable a webhosting provider, has recently begun offering for a limited time, an unlimited hosting plan for new customers. There is no specific time mentioned in the official Hostable website about the dead line. So hurry up, You’ve got nothing to lose by purchasing the Unlimited Hosting with Hostable.
It’s worth noting that you do have to pay 0.99 USD one time setup fee to verify as a human to avail this unlimited web hosting plan for 3 years. After 3 years the recurring bill amount will be $6 USD / month. Take a look at the comparison chart of Hostable to see how they stand againt other leading web hosting providers.
My only fear is that the service like this could easily be over sold and performance run into the ground. It’s full featured hosting, and includes many extras like unlimited databases etc etc… I will do a follow-up with a review of the service. They mention backups daily, but they are not free, you have to pay $5 bucks a month. Still, not bad for free. I mean really, what do you have to lose?
After doing some digging, I found a few things out thanks the the fine folks at .
According to one person named “FatWallet” who said
Some folks on Slickdeals complaining about extremely slow speed…. so, you might get what you’re paying for. And read this:Hostable reserves the right to charge an early termination fee of $35. As noted on Slickdeals:To all the people using PayPal, VCCs or Visa gift cards thinking that means that you can forget about it in 3 years. Don’t be so certain of that. Yes, doing all those things will mean they will not be able to charge you automatically, but that doesn’t mean that they can’t bill you and you’ll still owe the money. You are agreeing to the automatic renewal when you sign up. Thus if they can’t charge your card automatically, they have the legal right to send it off to collections. The safest thing to do is to cancel it in 3 years before your renewal date. I think saving your credit history is worth a minute of your time. If you don’t think things like this happen, check out the complaints about 1&1 web hosting. That’s exactly what they do. People who signed up with VCCs or had expired CC on file, got sent directly to collections. Once you are in collections, it’s a hassle to remove it from your credit report even if you pay it off.