Hostinger, a provider of web hosting services in Toronto, says it’s available for anyone.
The firm, which has offices in both Toronto and Montreal, also offers services in the U.S. and Australia.
Hostinger says it has “over 10,000 websites” with about 30,000 concurrent users, a large number for a web host.
Its services are free for anyone to use, but its $29.99 monthly fee for unlimited web hosting is not a great deal for a small business.
Hostingers customers have to pay a “minimum of $20.00 per month” for hosting, but the service offers a free trial for three months.
Hosting is free to those who sign up for its online portal, but a free three-month trial is offered if a customer logs into their account within two days of signing up.
That’s why Hostinger is now offering a three-day trial for its own hosting.
For the past year, Hostinger has also been offering free hosting to the small business community in Ontario, and it has a similar free trial to offer to its customers in Toronto.
With the help of some community organizers and community members, the Toronto office of the Internet Association was able to secure a two-year contract with Hostinger.
A representative of the association said that the free trial allows users to access Hostinger’s services for free.
The website for Hostinger hosts about 2,000 sites and provides services for more than 10,400 users.
For $29 a month, that’s a lot of services.
But the service is expensive.
For example, it costs $24.99 a month to run the hosting service for five months, but $39.99 to run it for two years.
The average monthly bill for Hostingers users is about $12, and that’s after the $9.99 fee that the company charges for unlimited internet access.
For comparison, that is about one-third of the price of hosting services offered by many of the top internet service providers.
The cost of hosting for the average person is about 60 cents a month.
For many businesses, the cost of running a web hosting business is less than the cost to run a traditional business, said Jason Hui, a spokesman for HostingOne, a Canadian online hosting service provider.
Hui said that Hostinger offers more free services than its competitors and that its customers enjoy “zero” fees for hosting.
But he noted that Hostingone does charge a fee for the free services.
The company charges an additional $1.49 per month for a one-time, one-month subscription.
“HostingOne offers the ability to set up a single website with unlimited web storage for one month, which gives customers the ability … to create a web presence for free,” Hui wrote in an email to The Globe and Mail.
He also said that for many business owners, Hostingones offer is a good option because it allows them to offer their business at low prices, as opposed to paying a premium for hosting that will help the business grow.
He said that most customers use Hosting.com, which is hosted in the United States.
“It’s not a particularly expensive service, it’s very affordable, and we think it’s really a great service,” Huli said.
In Ontario, there are other options available, like HostingIn.ca, which offers free hosting for businesses and small businesses.
For smaller businesses, there’s the free service of HostingMe, which allows businesses to run their own hosting site for a fee.
For businesses that don’t want to pay Hosting, the company offers a one year free trial of Hostinger hosting.
“You can go on Hostingme and sign up and it will give you the ability, if you choose, to choose from a variety of hosting companies,” said HostingHost, which provides services in both Canada and the U-S.
“There’s no need to pay for hosting,” said John McBride, a Hosting host for many years.
Hostings has about 5,000 customers in Ontario.
The Toronto office said it is working to get more people to sign up with the service.
In the past two years, the number of Hostings customers has more than doubled, said McBride.
“In some ways, it was a good year for Hostings, but it’s hard to say what’s going to happen in the future,” he said.
“We don’t know what will happen to Hostings as a whole, so it’s difficult to say whether we’re going to see more growth or if we’re not going to be able to sustain this business.”
Hosting offers a web server for $79.99 per month, or for a two year subscription for $9,99.
Hosters web server is a Raspberry Pi-based computer, which can run Windows, Linux, Mac OS X and iOS.
The web server can also