by "Michael I. Bitton" <mbitton(at)mibdevelopment.com>
||Sun, 15 Jul 2001 21:53:15 -0500
Great question! I can't think of a single reason to pay $35 anymore. It
used to be the standard price that Network Solutions charged - and they
were pretty much the only game in town. But times have changed and you
have hundreds of options for registering domain names.
I use the service found at
http://registerengine.com/partners/domaincheck.php?aid=117789. It's part
of NameBegin.com, a network of resellers. Using the link above you can
register domains for only $9.99 per year. With NameBegin you get a free
Parking Page, free URL forwarding, complete control over your DNS, contact
Watch out though, if you go to www.namebegin.com you'll see the same page
but the price is $13.95. (Each reseller can choose his/her own
price). Use the long link above to get the $9.99 price.
I've registered over 30 domains through these folks and enjoy complete
control of my domains, DNS, etc. through an easy to use web interface.
(BTW, I'm not in any way affiliated with the service recommended
above. Just sharing what I think is the best deal around for domain
This may be a silly question:
I see various advertisements for registering domain names for as low as $10
per year and as much as $35.
Can someone tell me what the difference is? Why would I choose to pay more?
Is there an advantage to the higher price one?
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