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.eu domains available at 99p for a year @ 123-reg
.eu domains available at 99p for a year @ 123-reg

.eu domains available at 99p for a year @ 123-reg

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I was looking around for cheap short term domain registration and found pretty good price for .EU domains at 123-reg.co.uk

Please note the price given is for the FIRST YEAR ONLY. Most probably it will cost £9.99 per year to renew.

.ORG domains are also available at £8.99 for the first year and £9.99 for renewals.

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Edited by: "nicster08" 24th Nov 2010

Read the reviews about this crowd 1st ! Yes, it's a cheap first year, but as the OP says, it will increase to around £9.00 & probably PLUS v.a.t. Also, you have to sign up to a variable direct debit arrangement which they do appear to make use of !

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Should we all edit that and use it in all the topics here for things we don't need? That would make it such fun to read.

Never had a problem with 123-reg and I have used them for many years. No billing problems, ever. I would say that .eu domains aren't worth even 99p for a year though!!!

For 99p move over .INFO it's .EU - the new spammers domain extension!

I had one last year at the same price but didn't renew at £11 or £12.

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Few words on the comments above. I've been dealing with "this crowd" for more than 5 years now and didn't have any issue what so ever.

I generally welcome any opinion, even the negative ones, and I don't want to start anything, but simply out of curiosity, why you think .co.uk is better than .eu, especially as I said for temporary projects?

>> itsisnot -the domain name itself can not be blamed for the spam as there is no link between them...

>> Lakeside - why you recon that .eu domains aren't worth even 99p?

>> Numpty1 - you have the option to cancel the domain 60 days prior to renewal date... I've done it few times already.

>> nicster08 - the chance to post something that everyone will be happy with is pretty much close to 0.

Here are some positives about .EU:
- .EU is a first level ccTLD and not second level as .co.uk (this fact itself is enough reason for me)
- .EU is way younger than .co.uk, therefore more domain names are available.
- .EU is 3 characters shorter than .co.uk, so everyone who visit the page type less
- .EU is popular outside UK
- .EU is now cheaper for a year even than .co.uk
- EU bailout Ireland...

In answer to your question to me...

I can only answer that I see .com & .co.uk as sensible domains - the rest (to me) have been watered down into a muddle of people who weren't quick enough to get a 'proper' domain. All the .name, .co, .tv etc, they all contribute to that.

If I see a hotukdeals.org.uk, I will consider it is likely to be rubbish.

Just my opinion, doesn't make it fact
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