For $5.95 per month, like the previously mentioned Servage.net, it's probably safe to say that you can't take that transfer number seriously. Amazon's S3 service would charge you $1,080 for 6 TB of data transfer. (A little on the pricey side, but at least, more realistic.) You'd only get 33 GB of bandwidth for $5.95 from Amazon. That's still a healthy amount as you could download a typical 20 MB casual game 1,650 times with that much, giving you $320 in sales at a 1% conversion rate Even the 600 GB of storage space is kind of laughable, as at today's hard drive prices, (about $140 for 500 GB) it would take them nearly 2 years to break even at $5.95 per month. When it comes to cheap hosting plans, I'd take all claims of high transfer rates and storage with a grain of salt. They make these claims, but bet (correctly) that the vast majority of people won't use but a very tiny fraction of those numbers. Those who do use more will most likely be mysteriously cut off.