I'm planning on reselling opensrs tlds with an H-shere cp. My only hesitation at this point is the price of the opensrs .ca domains ($17us). It seems crazy to me that their prices are so high for .ca (especially since they are a Canadian company - even enom is a fair bit cheaper in the US). I don't mind paying a couple of extra dollars per domain for quality api/support, but $8 more? (domainsatcost charges $13 CDN for a .ca).
So my question is this: Would it be reasonable to use the opensrs api with H-sphere for all the domains, and then transfer the .ca's to domainsatcost manually for subsequent years?
Is the transfer of a .ca simple or complex from opensrs? And would the end-user be aware of the transfer?
I just want to keep the cost low for our clients, and we sell a fair bit of .ca domains.
You don't want to transfer to Domainsatcost.ca. Most decent .ca registrars charge about CAN$20.
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