I have never used them, but I would suggest you be cautious about any company who is giving away the kitchen sink. I am not saying it is a scam, but a company like that is more likely to go out of business than most others.
It's a one off fee you pay, so who pays the electric, bandwidth, storage, maintainance, admin, tech support bills for the next 100 years or whatever. However if they get a decent amount of customers each month then they should be able to support you for some time to come.
I've been using nomonthlyfees.com for a few months and I could tell you quite a bit about them. The deal seemed too good to be true for me as well but I figured I'd give it a shot. First off, they offer "Unlimited bandwidth" but if you check the policy it's really only 5GB per moth. Who's going to fill up 200MB of space and NOT use 5GB per month?? At the moment they seem to have outgrown themselves and are having trouble answering questions.
Well nomonthlyfees finally turned my site back on after 8 days, 10 minutes after I signed up with another web host (ARGH!!!). They final gave me the straightforward response I needed and took some action. If it hadn't taken 8 days to get this I would amost complement them for it.
I have been a reseller with NoMonthly for 6 months now. It is true there is virtually no Tech Support, i.e., it is VERY slow, but I''ve not had any major problems. In a pinch, you can call them.
I traced their registration back to Alabanza, and discovered that one can set up a server with Alabanza with the same Control Panel, etc. and set up your own web host business. That''s why Cedant, NoMonthly and a few others all look alike and have the same control panels. They are themselves leasing servers from bigger guys.
Yes, nowadays alot of people are leasing server from Alabanza, their features are the same, so are the prices. Although I am going to lease a few servers from alabanza, I'll make sure I'll always offer something which most of the companies have not offer.
If you read the Alabanza literature carefully, you''ll see that the most expensive aspect of web hosting service is providing Tech Support. Alabanza itself offers a package deal to their own clients whereby they provide the end user with Tech Support, but you the client must then charge at least $15/month to make even a minimum profit.
What people don't realize is that to get the prices under $10/month, something has to give, and it is almost always Tech Support.
I now have to give NoMonthly another star on their chart. They are one of the few who can host long domain names cheaply, and where you can get your own virtual name server for no additional charge. I am moving all of my client accounts to NoMonthly.