UnlimBand (Unlimited Bandwidth)


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Web Hosting Companies that advertise "Unlimited Bandwidth" are giving out false information. In our long history, we have never seen any broadband company offering an internet connection as "Unlimited Megabytes Per Second." So, how could a Web Hosting Company, which normally doesn't even own its own access lines, advertise to customers that it will give them "UNLIMITED BANDWIDTH?" These Web Hosting Companies are lying to the public by placing ads on search engines and hosting directories to attract customers. Most of the time, high bandwidth sites on these "Unlimited" plans will be disconnected, and no refund given. Normally, the Web Hosting Company will say that the site violated its Acceptable Use Policy or Terms of Service. This is the reason why we set up this site, to educate people on the companies that scam individuals. The companies that bring bad feelings towards the word, HOSTING.

In Today's world, the average gigabyte of bandwidth ranges from $0.50 to $20.00. If a "high bandwidth" site (i.e. 200 Gigs per month) where to sign up for an "Unlimited Bandwidth" plan, it would end up costing the Web Hosting Company anywhere from $100.00 to $4000.00 to maintain these "high bandwidth" sites. Yet, most of these Web Hosting Companies only charge less than $20.00 per month. How can this be?

Whenever you visit a site promoting "Unlimited Bandwidth" as one of the account features, be sure to visit the Acceptable Use Policy, or the Terms of Service. Read the fine text about the so-called "Unlimited" disclaimer, you will be surprised!

We have noticed that many hosts are now using a theory that not all customers will use the same amounts of bandwidth, meaning that they will be able to provide customers that use bandwidth, the extra needed. That is true, but what happens if the host has many customers that seem to be using over the bandwidth averages?