I suggest just doing a search here on WHT for unlimited web hosting, I think you will find plenty of information regarding both companies that do and do not offer these types of services. The whole unlimited vs non-unlimited topic has pretty much been beat to death here on WHT, dont really think there is anything new anyone can really contribute at this point.
You can see some of the most popular Shared Hosting providers to claim "unlimited space" and "unlimited everything" and at the same time to receive positive feedback here in WHT and in many other communities. I believe mods do whatever they should to impose fair trading and good practices, but most consumers who need cheap Shared Hosting just love to see "unlimited" in the offerings. It looks like Shared Hosting is pretty much "corrupted" industry.
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Now-a-days most of the hosting providers put this word "unlimited" with their plans. Where we get nearly 3TB~4TB bandwidth per months from our DC and oversell these, however far from my experience its never reached 2TB+ Like that way all hosting providers oversell the unused bandwidth with the terms "unlimited"...
Interesting thing is people are looking for "unlimited" even they know/dont know this is overselling but most of the people love it.
I'm just curious as to how many hosts don't sell unlimited hosting.
For example Glowhost provides limited hosting( 50GB/75 GB per month packages). I knew another host but I can't remember now.
Can someone suggest me some more shared hosting provider with "limited" hosting offers?
We can only recommend companies we have personally used, and its been a long time since I used a standard shared hosting account. My current host for a VPS, http://MDDHosting.com, has defined resource plans that offer a fixed amount of disk space and bandwidth, so I can recommend them based on customer service, trouble ticket response time, attention to the network, fast resolution of issues and responsiveness to customer requests. The shared hosting customers there seem as happy with their choice as I am with the VPS I have there.