K, now I'm blank its like I've said all I wanted to say right in the title.
Oh well let me think, yea this concept of unlimited offers is one I am never down with. Personally, when I start seeing unlimited space offers from any web host I start losing interest in their credibility.
Can disk space really be unlimited? Can your local hard drive store unlimited data? C'mon its common sense. Ok here's what I'm thinking: If I get to host my site on one of these unlimited space plans with a hosting company and I upload about 500GB of data (what the heck, its unlimited so don't give me that look), do you think the host company won't call me up and be like. . .errh. . .dude, 500GB on your account? c'mon you Molesting our server mehn.
If its a Nigerian host company, they will swear juju for you sharply no dulling
So what's the point of offering the public something you cant truly give? What's the point of lying?
Fact: No storage medium can be truly unlimited in its capacity. (prove me wrong and we'll do some bottle tonight all on me)
Well now some hosts have coined the term "unmetered". This is as per bandwidth (data transfer). Its been seen as a safe word because they are not promising you anything as unlimited, its just unmetered. Some are clever enough to put you on a 100Mbit connection and cap it once they see you start taking undue advantage of the "unmetered" concept. This concept is another lie. How can something be "unmetered" and you still get to know when I'm "overusing" it and you then cap my connection from 100Mbit to 10Mbit?