How about "unlimited everything" for $3.25/month, with FREE domain name registration for "life"?
I've been using them for for almost 3 years now for my own hosting , as well as several others that I know of. They generally have good service (I'm very picky) and up time and product offerings have been as advertised (basically unlimited everything, including hosting space). Green Geeks hosting provides a very low monthly rate (when you sign up for 3 years) PLUS they will pay for your annual domain name renewal (which saves you another $11-15 per year).
They have a sale going on which gives an extra discount, bringing the price down well below $5/month when you choose the 3 year plan.
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Currently, they charge $180 for 3 years. But, they have a $30 off coupon, so it's really $150/ 3 years. Also, remember that they do free domain name registration for life (while you have a website with them). This saves you at least another $11/year ($33/3 years). Actually a little more, since domain name registration tends to go up a little each year.
So, total cost for first 3 years can be as low as: $180 - $30 - $33 = $117/3 years or $39/year, $3.25/month. (It's a little higher if you have already paid for a domain name somewhere else.) It's a good deal.
Other sites I've looked at advertise a lower monthly rate, but there are a number of hidden costs. One site says $2/month for first 3 months, and $3/month afterwards. They also say free domain sign up, but that's only for the 3 month starter period, and then they charge you about $17+ for yearly renewals.
Anyway, check into all the costs before you commit to something!
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