No, not always. Some free hosts are actually in business to provide free hosting - with no plans to push users to upgrade or force them to pay. But I do agree that, sadly, many see free hosting as a get rich quick scheme (which it is not!).It is obvious, free hosting is offered by the companies as an advertisement tool and thus will go down once the host runs out of webspace ...
already reported, lolCS_Squad, if it's really nulled, you should report the poster to WHMCS. There is no sense in illegally using a piece of software which can be leased for as little as $13 per month. Obviously, this is not a very serious host we're talking about here.
Actually free hosts usually fold because the person who started it loses interest.Its the same kind of trend. A free host opens up around January-March and will usually close down before September. Some host fail because of either lack of advertisement, or they eventually are low on funds.
Post2Host usually goes down because lack of activity. Some people are usually glad when they see an Admin or the owner in charge of the hosting active because it shows that he cares about his business. Not trying to offend anyone but usually post2host owners think that by just creating a forum with few threads will attract many members to post and the owner takes a long break from posting thinking that everything will run by itself with Moderators trying to take care of the forum.