Then again, maybe not. You’ll have to decide for yourself. Here is a link to the thread on AnandTech in which it is being discussed, so you can see what the hardcore geeks think about it:
- Three years of professional-speed web hosting.
- No charges, unless you register your domain through them (US$6/year).
- limited to 5Gb of transfer per month, US$1/Gb thereafter.
Apparently they’re utter bastards about giving you your domain name rights back when you try to leave.
Space to store images and music data, free of charge, for three whole years. Get some junky domain name and be prepared to let it go when the time is up.
Depending on what you’re after, there may be other pros, cons, and usage ideas. Maybe you’ll even like them and stay there after the three years are up. Apparently the hosting company is big in Europe and is trying to make inroads elsewhere.
Anyway, there it is, if you want to try it. Offer expires on December 31, 2003.