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  1. #1
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    is there a hike on domain registration and transfer?

    i just notice that Namecheap now charge 9.29 and so does yahoo. while godaddy have it at 6.

    Is there a recent hike on the price? Not that i don't like namecheap service but it doesn't hurt to check out a cheaper register.

    can you guys recommend a good and cheap register that allow more than 2 name servers?

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    Yes, but not exactly "recently". It's news all the way back April LAST YEAR (and effective in October).

    As for "cheap" registrars, DomainSite.com for instance, charges $7.88 for new registrations and $6.99 for transfers (a.k.a. first year). And yes, they allow more than 2 nameservers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nameslave View Post
    Yes, but not exactly "recently". It's news all the way back April LAST YEAR (and effective in October).

    As for "cheap" registrars, DomainSite.com for instance, charges $7.88 for new registrations and $6.99 for transfers (a.k.a. first year). And yes, they allow more than 2 nameservers.
    how about name.com? are they reliable?

  4. #4
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    yes, there has been hike in domain prices due to icaan rise

  5. #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by jt2377 View Post
    i just notice that Namecheap now charge 9.29 and so does yahoo. while godaddy have it at 6.

    Is there a recent hike on the price? Not that i don't like namecheap service but it doesn't hurt to check out a cheaper register.

    can you guys recommend a good and cheap register that allow more than 2 name servers?
    The ICANN fee increased prices for many registrars out there.
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    Yes the prices rose late year year from Icann... there are places like Godaddy that you can use a coupon and get a .com for $6.95, MyDomain offer .coms just over $5 for bulk purchases using coupon "bargaincat.com" or $7.66 each or $6.79 transfer with that coupon.
    hosting is ongoing

  7. #7
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    Quote Originally Posted by ebay-nut View Post
    The ICANN fee increased prices for many registrars out there.
    There was no rise in the ICANN fees, the ICANN fees even dropped the last year two or three times.

    There was a hike in the registry fees. Verisign, Afilias, PIR and Neulevel increased there prices according to the contracts they have with ICANN.

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