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Free domain names?
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    Free domain names?

    Hi,

    I want to start up my own child domain under say, *.org

    is this hard to do? are there any free places to do this. this is just sort of a personal domain, and won't be serious, yet.

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    Re: Free domain names?

    I don't think you can get a domain name for free. I use http://www.directnic.com to register domain names. They charge $15 for a year.

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    Re: Free domain names?

    I read about 5 years ago that there is a place ( a University ) where you can get a domain name for free. But the domain format must be your-domain-name.the-city-you-live.county.state.us ( for USA ). So I abandon that thing since there is no guarantie that when they will implement your domain name. So, I just fork out my $ 35 a year and register it. So much easier that way.

    There were free domains offered by http://www.namezero.com a while ago but I'm not sure they have that any more. Do a search on Google for it and you might find some.

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    Re: Free domain names?

    Check out http://www.registrydomains.net

    They have following prices:

    .com/.net/.org price per year: $9.85
    .info price per year: $9.85
    .biz price per year: $9.85
    .tv price per year: $44.95
    .ws price per year: $9.85
    .cc price per year: $29.95
    .us price per year: $9.85

    Sure, it's not free, but 10$ per year for a .com domain is a great deal. So far I haven't found a better offer.




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