Loc: Beautiful Southern California
My domain name registration is soon to expire unless I renew, and currently I'm with "Verisign and/or Network Solutions". They want to charge $25. per year for 3 years. Anybody know of a better deal out there?<br><br>
I just renewed through verisign (after it expired) and they were as helpful as they could be. I like the fact that with them, I have full control over my domain name. When I was with Valueweb as my web host, they registered my domain, and when I switched to another host, they never released my domain, so it was a real pain in the neck getting my domain name to point to the servers at my new web host.<br><br>Now, I can tell it to point to any web host I want, including my own computer's IP address (only for folks with a static IP address - which I don't have, but I tried it anyway).<br><br><br>Visit Me At My .Mac Site
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