Compare the Top 10 unlimited web hosting plans in September 2014

Are you looking for the best and/or cheapest, unlimited web host? These cheap unlimited hosting plans start as low as $1.99 per month and provide anything needed to get you started.

This web hosting comparison is based on real customer reviews only. Please contribute to this list by sending us your review. Now take your time to find the web host of your choice!


RankNameDomainAuto InstallBandwidth
Webspace
PriceRatingMore Info
1InMotionLifetime
Free
WordPress, b2evolution,
Geeklog, Coppermine,
Gallery, Joomla,
Mambo, phpBB, ...
Unlimited$5.954.544.544.544.544.54
2WebHostingHubLifetime
free
WordPress, Gallery,
Joomla, Drupal,
SMF, PHPBB, ...
Unlimited$4.954.664.664.664.664.66
3iPageLifetime
free
WordPress, Joomla,
Drupal, Mambo,
SMF, Gallery, ...
Unlimited$3.504.244.244.244.244.24
4FatCowLifetime
Free
WordPress, Gallery2,
phpBB, GBook,
Joomla + many others
Unlimited$3.674.084.084.084.084.08
5JustHostLifetime
free
WordPress, Joomla
b2evolution, ...
Unlimited $3.754.164.164.164.164.16
6BluehostLifetime
free
WordPress, b2evolution,
Galleries, Coppermine,
Drupal, Joomla, ...
Unlimited$6.953.953.953.953.953.95
7Hostgator$15/year
WordPress, Drupal,
Joomla, Mambo, ...
Unlimited$4.953.763.763.763.763.76
8GoDaddy$1.99
Geeklog, Serendipity,
WordPress, osCommerce,
ZenCart, Drupal,
Joomla, Moodle, ...
300GB
10GB
$4.743.353.353.353.353.35
9HostMonsterLifetime
free
WordPress, b2evolution,
Coppermine, Polls,
Drupal, Joomla, Python, ...
Unlimited$5.953.223.223.223.223.22
10DreamHostLifetime
free
WordPress, Gallery,
ZenCart, PhpGedView,
Pligg, dotProject,
Moodle, Joomla,
phpBB, MediaWiki, ...
Unlimited$8.952.982.982.982.982.98

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Self-hosting your blog, online shop or other website is the only way to keep control over your content and business. This means you don't transfer your rights to search engines, communities or blog networks. Monetize your homepage without any restrictions, any way you want. It is very easy and affordable to sign up for your very own web hosting plan, starting below $4 a month!

What may I expect from web hosting plans that cheap?

All the listed webhosting providers offer you one-click installation of your favorite softwares like the WordPress, Joomla, Mambo, Serendipity, Drupal, b2evolution etc. Instantly get your own domain name. Set up your custom Email address, use text and video tutorials + the excellent customer support to get started! All these plans offer you exactly the same services as much more expensive webhosting deals. You don't have to spend a fortune on web hosting - give it a try!



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