I was examing their business model after I heard that they were both add free and cost nothing. They are offering free services with the hopes that you will eventually sign up for a paid account.
Not bad, but could be costly to them in the long run.
Remember the old saying "you get what you pay for". I wouldnt put up any important stuff on a site that I hosted there.
The reason I am asking is I wanted to see what a "free-car" site looks like (what kind of car do they give anyway?). Alas, it said "bandwidth reached, surf back after midnight and we might let you sneak a peak". Have I reached an unexplored fold of underground internet or is there some intricate formula estimating traffic based on an arcane model of potential revenue this site would bring if the owner signed up for a paid package in the next 18 months (from a user's standpoint that's *if* its traffic ireached a high enough number to justify a paid account)?
I know doteasy.com offers your own domain and webspace for 25 a year (You get like 20megs, and 1gig bandwith). Its better the nothing or you could use your ISP's webspace (its also bannerless)? Check with you internet service provider to see what they have to offer you. I know most ISP's do have hosting. I use earthlink & america online but they do offer webhosting for free.
I suppose its a good idea to offer this in the hope of eventually signing up for a paid account, but if you offer unlimited bandwidth then most of the time there is nothing more a person wants and the percentage of people that have free hosting with you far outweigh the people that pay for their hosting with you.