are a promising new start-up offering one of the greatest amounts of free webspace in the industry (a whopping 50Megs, for those who missed the hint), with the purchase of a domain name. Their service required that a 468x60 pixel banner appear at the top of your pages. 50Megs provides an extensive range of webmaster support - through resource guides, FAQs, promotion services and direct contact.
gives away up to 50 megs of free web space to individuals or companies. While you are allowed to include commercial material in your page, you may not include any advertising banners. Pages cannot contain adult, copyright, obsene or offensive material. Their services include free editing of your HTML, as well as giving you the option of using their quick page creator if you have no HTML experience.
presents web publishers with an impressive 100MB of free space, complete with your own discussion forum, guestbook and site statistics - but without the annoying bombardment of popups or banners usually associated with a free hosting service. A real-time WYSIWYG editor is available for those who are not comfortable programming in raw HTML.
Yahoo! Small Business
is currently offering businesses the chance to sign up for a free website, domain name and five (5) email accounts for a year. After that time, the service will convert to a commercial offering, but that first free year should give you a chance to determine whether your venture is able to sustain the expense of a paid hosting package.