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$0.50 domains - Register.com - includes .com, .net, .org etc £0.30

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Register.com's domain promo, $0.50 (about 30p) for a 1 year registration. .com, .net. .org, .biz, .info, .us These people usually make money by auto-renewing at the end of the first year, so be…
XDH Avatar2y, 10m agoFound 2 years, 10 months ago18 Comments
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miikeyblue
When you go to checkout with the $5 price it removes that offer too. Needs to be expired / spammed...
It's fine for me.

How odd.
TygerrTygerr
It says at the bottom:

Offer valid for new customers in the US and Canada only

The variable price is probably inaccurate IP detection. Even if it drops the price for you in the advert I wouldn't try your luck.

For 30p it's not exactly a huge risk...
Price still $5 when going through a us proxy
When you go to checkout with the $5 price it removes that offer too. Needs to be expired / spammed...
It says at the bottom:

Offer valid for new customers in the US and Canada only

The variable price is probably inaccurate IP detection. Even if it drops the price for you in the advert I wouldn't try your luck.
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Free Domain Name (com, net, org, biz, us, info)

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http://www.register.com/promo/acquisitions_lp_1.rcmx? free domain name for 1 year, CC required, and they charge $35 a year after the first year, however you can transfer to an alternate registrar o…
shane8960 Avatar8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago3 Comments
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Never trust a free domain name offer when this is a common hosting provider scam to trap you into using their hosting. Try to cancel and move your domain to a new hosting provider and suddenly you discover that the domain belongs to them and not to you.

Hosting providers tend to make one mistake though by setting you as the Administration Contact and them as the Technical Contact where of course domain transfers are normally done using the Technical Contact. Their mistake is that under domain transfer rules you can request your new Registrar to make the transfer using the Administration Contact.

Domain names are cheap so always pay for them directly yourself. Free always means... does not belong to you.
windows office live gets you one free 4 2years, and is just £7.99 a year after
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How much do they charge to transfer or cancel? This sounds like a trap to me.