Get a domain name for 18p @ LCN
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Get a domain name for 18p @ LCN

£0.18LCN Deals
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Found 13th Feb
Celebrating their 18th birthday, LCN have an offer on where you can get any UK domain for 18p.

Includes .co.uk .uk .org.uk .me.uk

Ends midnight tomorrow!
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For one-year
for the first year

then a billion pounds per year after that
these offers are all the same
I would guess 22p not 18p.
Should be 19p actually, but maybe their new marketing team, forgot to ask the boss how old they are
Can they be transferred after a year?
Keith95345 h, 36 m ago

Can they be transferred after a year?


Yes.

LCN don't charger to transfer domains away. Hopefully they won't do what 123-reg did, by bringing in transfer charges (£10+VAT) without notice.

A lot of companies have increased the price of UK domains massively in the last few years. so it pays to shop around.
Can get a .co.uk and .UK for free at names.co.uk for 1 year
sparkymcg58 m ago

Can get a .co.uk and .UK for free at www.names.co.uk for 1 year


Both your link + the OP's Deal are good. :-)
Dealier12 h, 5 m ago

Yes. LCN don't charger to transfer domains away. Hopefully they won't do …Yes. LCN don't charger to transfer domains away. Hopefully they won't do what 123-reg did, by bringing in transfer charges (£10+VAT) without notice.A lot of companies have increased the price of UK domains massively in the last few years. so it pays to shop around.


That’s because Nominet (the registry for all .uk domains) increased their fees a few years back, so every single provider pays more to register domains... some will of course be willing to take the hit short term if they’re selling hosting packages (etc).
sparkymcg2 h, 38 m ago

Can get a .co.uk and .UK for free at www.names.co.uk for 1 year


Never used them myself, but I used to work for Namesco about a decade ago. It’s a very customer focused company and fully based in the UK (Worcester). Their prices were never market leading, but were very popular with small-med businesses due to great customer support and account management team. Of course all this could have changed in a decade!
Edited by: "jazlabs" 14th Feb
jazlabs10 h, 39 m ago

That’s because Nominet (the registry for all .uk domains) increased their f …That’s because Nominet (the registry for all .uk domains) increased their fees a few years back, so every single provider pays more to register domains... some will of course be willing to take the hit short term if they’re selling hosting packages (etc).



Nominet increased their prices from £2.50 to £3.75 a year.
Some registrars used this increase as an excuse to more than treble their prices from £3 a year to £10 a year.
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Dealier23 h, 22 m ago

Nominet increased their prices from £2.50 to £3.75 a year. Some registrars …Nominet increased their prices from £2.50 to £3.75 a year. Some registrars used this increase as an excuse to more than treble their prices from £3 a year to £10 a year.


Fair enough - guess it pays to shop around. I don’t suppose the standard web hosting market is as thriving as it used to be. Loads of businesses migrated email to the likes of Office365 or Google Apps, and there are more scalable players out there utilising virtualised infrastructure to reduce costs and provide better service. So, I guess if you can boost profits by adding a few quid to domain names, you’re going to do it. That’s my perspective anyway.
Edited by: "jazlabs" 15th Feb
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