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Re: Domain registration [Re: RubenC] #36282 01/17/03 09:59 PM
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thanks<br><br>

Re: Domain registration [Re: RubenC] #36283 01/18/03 11:49 AM
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Wow.. That's a great site, thanks Ruben..<br><br><br>http://waleedsgallery.biz

Re: Domain registration [Re: walzuhair] #36284 01/20/03 05:58 PM
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Sure no problem, I think I will be going with iPowerWeb, they seem pretty reasonable and the key for me is that they are local in my area.<br><br>


Re: Domain registration [Re: RubenC] #36285 01/20/03 07:48 PM
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I use iPowerWeb and have been very happy with their price & service so far.<br><br><br>Visit Me At My .Mac Site


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Re: Domain registration [Re: MacGizmo] #36286 01/20/03 07:56 PM
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That sound great! Is your registrar still Verisign, or did you transfer your name as well?<br><br>


Re: Domain registration [Re: RubenC] #36287 01/21/03 12:19 AM
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No, I kept my registrar with Verisign so that I have full control over it at all times. But, if you transfer the registrar to iPowerWeb, they will add a year of domain name registration to whatever is remaining already.<br><br><br>Visit Me At My .Mac Site


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Re: Domain registration [Re: RubenC] #36288 01/21/03 05:36 PM
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i've been using directnic.com for over 3 years without complaint. they charge only $15 per year registration and renewal, and only $50 for .tv domains. they have superb admin tools for the likes of domain parking, email forwarding, etc.<br><br>

Re: Domain registration #36289 01/21/03 05:59 PM
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I couldn't get the the link you provided , but I managed to find them online. They look pretty good, I'm going to give iPowerWeb a try mainly due to the reviews they received and their locale being close to me.<br><br>


Re: Domain registration [Re: RubenC] #36290 01/21/03 08:01 PM
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I might do the switch to iPowerWeb too, they offer a much better package than the one I have now with my current host. I'm just going over the migration steps with them now..<br><br><br>http://waleedsgallery.biz

Re: Domain registration [Re: walzuhair] #36291 01/22/03 07:03 AM
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people talking about iPowerWeb remind me of <a href="http://www.powweb.com">PowWeb.com</a>. Does anybody know anything about their reliability or customer service? They offer almost exactly what I get with Verio for 1/3 the cost. I've been eyeing them for a while but am always wary about the longevity of smaller, less-stable companies.<br><br>

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