Linux Web Hosting - $8.95 / Month
FuseBlast is another reliable hosting provider that uses multiple Tier 1 upstream providers so that their hosting accounts maintain a high level of performance. Their accounts are feature-rich, with some capabilities that you normally don't find on a cheap hosting account, such as Telnet / SSH access. You can get their lowest priced account, the Economy Special, for as low as $6.95 per month when you pay for a two-year account.
|Hosting Plan Name||Economy Special|
|Operating Platform||Redhat Linux|
|Disk Storage Space||550 MB|
|Data Transfer Limit||25 GB|
|POP3 Email Accounts||Unlimited|
|Money Back Guarantee||14 days|
|Domain Name Hosting||Yes|
|Account Control Panel||Included|
|Access to Raw Log Files||Included|
|Web Traffic Statistics||Included|
|Shopping Cart Software||None|
|Full CGI Access||Included|
|Server Side Includes (SSI)||Included|
|24/7 FTP Access||Included|
|Telnet / SSH Access||Included|
|Shared SSL Server||Included|
|Active Server Pages (ASP)||Not Supported|
|Java Server Pages (JSP)||Not Supported|
|PHP, Python & Perl||Supported|
|Coldfusion Scripting||Not Supported|
|Domain Name Registration||$20.00 / Year|
|Monthly Price||$11.95 / Month
|Annual Price||$8.95 / Month
|24-Month Price||$6.95 / Month|
FuseBlast has proven to be a very reliable webhost with one of the best control panels available. They have a good balance between price and features, with a high bandwidth allotment of 25 GB and 550 GB of disk storage space. Unlimited subdomains and a SSL server are also a big plus. Their customer support staff has proven very responsive, with a quick turn-around time on trouble tickets.
With FuseBlast, even if you get the $6.95 / month special, the $29.95 setup fee that they charge on all new accounts really brings that up to about $8.20 / month. Hardly a special when you see all the other low cost web hosting accounts that are $7.95 or lower with no setup costs. Also, support is email only, so FuseBlast is targeted more for experienced webmasters who need very little help with using hosting features.
All in all, they are a reliable host at a fair price, but unless you specifically need the unlimited domain names or Telnet / SSH access, then you are probably still better off with a toll-free support host like iPowerWeb.
To learn more or to sign up for their account, visit www.fuseblast.com