Join the Matrix, Mr. Aragorn
In the beginning, Web hosting was rare and expensive endeavor. For both sides: I used to spend up to $40 monthly on shared hosting, offering huge 50Mb of Web space and 200Mb of traffic. Can you imagine how happy I was at having such an inexpensive hosting?
Now, when you read hosting forums/hosters' sites, you are looking at gigabytes of space and all the like. Damn, and it costs at times sheer $5-$10 a month! Those who never had hosting, say, 15 years ago, can't understand they are living in paradise. For a sum costing less than a very modest dinner, one can have a month' amount of resources enough to host a good site! Let's chortle in our joy.
However, the trend to have everything for nothing becomes an eerie usual part of this reality.
If you visit popular hosting-related forums, you will see customers battling hosting providers over the huge sum of $5 they should pay for unlimited disk space and traffic. There ain't no such thing as unlimited, but we'll talk about that later. People are ready to spend hours trying to find a hoster that would cost $4 a month for the same amount they see for $5.
Definitely, I cease to understand what happened to human beings. They stay in their Matrix, where everything is unlimited, inexpensive or even free; where there's 24/7 support guaranteed for the above resources.
Come on, folks, take you red pill before it's too late!