When FortuneCity first came online, it offered a free web hosting account with 6MB disk space. Later, they increased the space to 10MB, 20MB and then 100MB. However, since upgrading to 100MB, the original virtual community design has been removed; the "virtual map" of each district is gone, the division of district is also gone, but the community, mayor and district ministers remains.
FortuneCity began as a free web hosting service, but they have announced that after April 30, 2012, they will no longer be providing free web space, citing increasing costs as the reason. At this point, it was also rebranded as Dotster.
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