Domain name registration

  jz 20:14 19 Apr 2006
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Just wondered what the best company was to register a .co.uk cheaply, without necessarily having to host it with webspace bought from that company.

...thanks

  De Marcus™ 21:30 19 Apr 2006

I use 1&1.

You can just choose the 'instant domain' option.

click here;jsessionid=3C62A53F6EF6F457D5D9599963D66498.TC33a?__frame=_top&__lf=Static

  De Marcus™ 21:31 19 Apr 2006
  the3musketeers 23:24 19 Apr 2006

1&1 look very good, I have seen a few ads in PC Advisor, flick through the lastes copy, it's near the front, hope that helped.

  the3musketeers 23:32 19 Apr 2006

oooooopppsss myself, *latest.

  jz 21:49 20 Apr 2006

OK, thanks for your advice.

  spuds 23:42 20 Apr 2006

1&1 had a few administration problems about a couple of years ago, but all seems well now. I have a number of domains and a couple of packages with them, and so far after about four/five years, never had anything to really complain about.

  djbenny 15:30 21 Apr 2006

click here are good $8.88 a year

  jz 19:06 22 Apr 2006

djbenny - thanks, I didn't know it was possible to get .org, .com, .net, etc domains so cheaply - thanks for the link. I want .co.uk this time, but will soon need to renew a .org so might transfer it to namecheap.com.

Just wondering... why are .com/org/net so much more expensive than .uk domains?

  jcotton 13:41 23 Apr 2006

I use UK REG click here

Its £2.95 per year for a .co.uk / .org.uk / .me.uk

I think thats cheap

  chriswibbs 22:10 03 May 2006

UK Reg is much better than 1&1, in many people's eyes. However, I don't think, with domains at least, you will see much difference between 1&1 and UK Reg.

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