It also depends on where the server is located... since its in pounds, i assume its in the UK, where prices are much higher for web hosting, so it just depends if you require a UK server or not... if not, then there are plenty of cheaper options out there.
█ Rob G.
█ ShopManager - Sales & Repair Business Management Software
Overall I wouldn't call it a bad price. IMHO you're not overpaying for what you're being given and it's reasonable. However, that's assuming that the host is reputable and can host that much. A semi-dedicated package would be worth looking at or even some other options for that much in transfer and space.
Sorry, to clear things up this will be a package that I would be offering!
The reason the sum was published in pounds is because I live in England not due to server location.
There servers would be quality servers provided someone like the planet, not a "cheap server"
As for support I will be providing it alongside two others. The servers will be regularly maintaining. Uptime would be in the 99.9 area unless any essential maintenance such as kernel changes are needed
Be careful when you say unlimited. Offering unlimited can be very dangerous toward your uptime goals. What if a customer sets up 100,000 domains just for the purposes of parking them? The disk space usage would be trivial, but the amount of data in the config files of the web server software would prove fatal. Web server software generally does have finite limits to the number of websites that could safely be configured per box. A safer bet would be to set a reasonable limit to the number of domains and subdomains that can be set up in a certain priced account. For a $50 account, you could reasonably offer 50-100 domains. In more expensive accounts, you could offer more domains, because you would place fewer more expensive accounts onto each physical server.
If you are trying to offer this package then its still a fair price. But that is only something you personally can decide, each company has different operating costs, and a different business plan. You need to factor in this stuff to decide how much the package should be worth.
This is all-in-all an average price, but, after dealing with some really good reseller companies I would say there are PLENTY reseller options that cost about half as much for what you get. If your looking to run a webhost on 10 GB disk space you can't really offer very good packages for your customers and I would recommend moving to a dedicated server.