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funpage
03-22-2000, 02:35 AM
Is http://000domains.com/ reliable? Anyone have any experience with them?

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Arn
03-22-2000, 02:39 AM
Dunno,

Joker.com's worked out well for me. Only $12/year if you can provide the DNS service.

arn


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singloon
03-22-2000, 02:45 AM
don't know either i recently used http://123domains.com for 3 new domains at US$13.99/yr for 2yr initial payment each

slower on the DNS updates but cheaper ... got another 12 - 15 domains planned just don't have the money now http://geekvillage.com/ubb/frown.gif

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Edwin
03-22-2000, 03:26 AM
Although they are a little more expensive, I have been using registrars.com's General Partner program successfully for a little while. If you register more than 100 names a month each registration is $32 for 2 years. The great thing is that you can reconfigure your names' settings via a password-protected control panel so it's really easy to set DNS information and so on. Remember: to get this price you will need to register 100+ names on average per month over each quarter (i.e. 100 names per month, 300 names in one month then 0+ in the other months, etc.)

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Arn
03-22-2000, 03:30 AM
Edwin,

You register over 100 names/mo consistently? Is this for your personal use? (if you don't mind me asking http://geekvillage.com/ubb/smile.gif

arn

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singloon
03-22-2000, 03:55 AM
yikes, that's like US$32x100 each month http://geekvillage.com/ubb/eek.gif

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Edwin
03-22-2000, 12:02 PM
I'm not sure if "consistently" is the right word, but I do register a lot of names. There's a partial list of about 300 names that I own at http://www.genkiproductions.com/domains.htm

They are reserved for future projects, or for speculation in the hope of resale.

I have some more that are not listed there since they are for a specific project that I do not want to publicise now.

Edwin

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funpage
03-22-2000, 12:14 PM
I just registered 4 domains with them and everything looks pretty good so far.

They have a pretty good control center too, much better than totalnic's.

Woa, Edwin, 100 names, I wish I could even think of 100 good names, much less afford over $3k.

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mtgm
03-22-2000, 12:18 PM
I would suggest registering your domain(s) with http://www.perfectpresence.com/ . I have in the past and find them to be very reliable. I paid by money order, and after telling them that the money order had been sent they went forth in registering the domain name that I wanted (in advance). Customer support is also excellent (less than half-day response), unlike Network Solutions, which still has not replied to an e-mail I sent them months ago.

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