@Kess - I used to use Webcity as well, but I dislike the fact that you can't easily pay month-by-month, when I lost my job last year, I basically had to email support and ask if it was ok (there's a reference to being able to do it if you ring billing) they said sure, I ring billing, tell them what I wanted to do...and she asked me for my email ticket reference number, as if it was something completely unheard of, and she kind of treated me like crap the whole way through the phone call. -_- Needless to say, I took that month to jump ship, over to Godaddy.
Plus two other things that irked me:
There was this weird email I got from them saying I had too many files in my hosting account...even though I was using up barely 2% of my quota, apparently they have this weird thing against the number of files, and would prefer you to be hosting a bunch of huge files. -_- (My filing system was messy, as I had a couple of failed drupal experiments, some wordpress blogs that had become redundant, but it wasn't as though I'd installed everything in Fantastico give times).
Second was an email I received telling me to empty out my emails from my webmail account, as they aren't allowed to be kept for more than 90 days on their server. -_-
I use Godaddy - have been for just over six months now, went with them because a podcaster I listen to pimps them and has discounts codes, and I like discounts. Shy because of webcity, I emailed them a huuuge list of questions, which were answered promptly, politely and within a couple of hours. They're cheap (even without the discount), have a bunch of fun extra (even if I don't use them) and you get quite a lot for your fee.