Its a great business if you have some good names !
Selling domain names sounds like a good business, there are an infinite amount of domain names that don't yet exist and you can make money from them. So you want to buy dagfdsgsfsf.com? That'll be £5 please?
Various codes for Domain Names Hosting Packages and Products @ Names.co.uk
Hmm, applies a discount on a .com domain but if u try it on 1 year only it actually increases the price haha. Ah I see, it is because there is already an offer on the 1 year .com domain. So if you use the voucher it ignores that offer lol. However upon trying again the voucher is now saying invalid for me.
I agree , sorting out the family accounts is the pain point, and at £10 a year, going elsewhere simply doesn't make sense. My time has some (limited!) Value!
It is all Google you're using? (Bought via Google Domains, forwarding into Gmail?) Are you talking about the password for getting around 2 factor authentication?
Hi Nask, Thanks for this! I own my domain, but I keep getting stuck at the very last point where it asks to verify with a confirmation code. In my emails I get a Delivery Status Notification (Failure) email as they can't find my domain. Any idea? TIA
This is true, most domains stay put which is why they do these loss leaders. Especially when you buy multiple over a calendar year there's never a renewal date, loads of providers like 1&1 rebill every 2 years, you're never going to leave. But yes it's not a scam it's totally normal for domains, Google domains does the exact same
Posted 27th Dec 2018Posted 27th Dec 2018
Free .co.uk or .uk Domain name for one year @ names.co.uk
Get a 1 Year FREE .co.uk or .uk Domain Name.... You do not need to buy a 2 Year plan like some other Rehistrars.... Simple 1 Tear Free !!! Free Sitebuilder Free Email
Thanks for the info. I just wanted the cheap registration, it seems easy to point the name servers to my hosting account.
Thanks for posting. But these people are difficult to deal with if you then want to set up mail boxes with them for your domain. I did this for a domain about five years ago, I wanted a certain number of independent mail boxes with separate passwords for each, it was very difficult/impossible to do. And the so called technical staff were not useful. Not recommended
Posted 22nd Sep 2015Posted 22nd Sep 2015
.uk domain extensions for £0.30 names.co.uk£0.30
Names.co.uk are a leading brand in the web hosting industry and to celebrate nominets 30th anniversary the are practically giving away .uk .co.uk .me.uk .org.uk for £0.30p Iv jus… Read more
U do know they send u hefty bill after a year for continuing hosting etc and u dont pay they get ccj on ur name happened to me with one.com If u cancel a month before renewal it should be fine but then whats the point in getting good domain
sorry if I sound stupid have never done anything like this before what package to I have to pick to get this?
The voucher could not be applied.
The code worked fine for me.
Renewal prices well down this page http://www.names.co.uk/info/company/price-list
Posted 17th Jul 2014Posted 17th Jul 2014
Buy a £2.40 domain name with Names.co.uk and get £5 Quidco cashback£2.40
Buy a domain name on names.co.uk and get £5 Quidco cashback. Cheapest domain is the .eu extension at £1.99 (excluding VAT). if you don't know what a domain is it's essentially a … Read more
It's a better deal when you consider the £10 cashback. When I last looked though I was able to get 2 years for £8 for some domains which netted me £2 profit so not sure this stacks up...
Posted 4th May 2011Posted 4th May 2011
£9.99 .co.uk Domain name + £10 Quidco @ Namesco£9.99
After quidco your domain name will be free for 2 years! woop! http://www.quidco.com/namesco/ £11.99 with VAT - £9.99 excludes VAT - nicster08 £11.99 with VAT - £9.99 excludes VA… Read more
There is, like I said they charge another £10 to transfer the Tags away :)
I think there is a penalty to move away domain from Namesco.
hot because its worth a punt and you educated people to a potential deal
Don't forget they lock you in to the registrar: 123-reg.co.uk would only charge you £2.99 a year (I think transfers away are free too but I'm not 100% sure)
Internet.bs would be fine for .com and email. If you simply need email forwarding, you could set up a catch all forwarding to your email via the control panel. If you need to create email accounts, you will have to integrate it with Google Apps http://www.google.com/apps/intl/en-GB/group/index.html or Microsoft Live Admin Centre http://explore.live.com/windows-live-admin-center . (Google Apps is easier as Internet.bs has most of the default settings) Both of them are free of course. There are plenty of resources on how to set it all up on the internet. It takes a bit more effort compared to say 123-reg but you don't need to pay the extra. Domai.nr is a website which allows you to find domain combinations aka domain hacks easily. For example, if you enter ihearthotukdeals, it will show the availability of all the .com/.net/.org and the shorten versions.
Posted 15th Jan 2011Posted 15th Jan 2011
dot me domains half price at Namesco
So I know that 123reg has a £1.99 offer for a dot me domain, but that is only for the first year. If you want to keep the domain then it ramps up to normal price for subsequent yea… Read more