I'm glad that you put alot into your company but most company's would offer that for $40 a year. Most customers do alot of shopping around before they go with a hosting company. $75 is just over priced and $40 is a fair deal.
$40/year for hosting is just way to low for a host to survive unless they are non US based, company run by kids, the host offers extra space on a dedicated server they already have for one of their own sites, or they run the company as a hobby. You need to keep at least 66 customers per month to just pay for the server, a phone line, cable/dsl internet access for your home. $75/year IS a fair price for the host and client. Good luck with your company.
Anyway, amd_duron expressed the essence of what my company is trying to accomplish. Although we are certainly trying to attract customers of all needs, we saw that a lot of hosts were offering massive amounts of diskspace and bandwidth that 90% of the people out their would never need.
So what we did was pack all of the features that we could into EVERY hosting plan that we offered. That way, the only major difference in our plans was storage space and the price. We just thought that it was unnecessary for a customer with basic needs had to upgrade a plan to get a mailing list, shopping cart, message forums, or something else, when they only needed 3-5 MB's of diskspace for their small business site.
Of course, we are always open to criticism and suggestions. I'd be a fool not to pay attention. So I thank each one of you for your comments.
Then wouldn't a monthly plan would be better for your company?Actually the sites that I create use at least 50megs and 1gig bandwith. I think you should at least upgrade the plan to that. Most people need more space then bandwith. As I recall space is cheaper then bandwith.