Domain name registration?

Discussion in 'PC Technical Talk' started by Paul, May 18, 2007.

  1. Paul

    Paul Guest

    Just checked past articles on this topic - useful - but the latest was
    2004 so things may well have changed since then. 123reg was mentioned
    but there has been some criticism of them recently. Also Clicknames.
    Mentioned elsewhere more recently were Easily and Justthename - not the
    cheapest but said to be reliable.
    I plan to register with one company and choose another for webhosting -
    Alex Threlfall has been suggested.
    So any comments on these and any other recommendations. TIA for any
    feedback.
     
    Paul, May 18, 2007
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  2. Paul

    Roger Hunt Guest

    Paul wrote
    I'm in a very similar situation and have already registered a domain
    with 123. If 123's reputation has taken a slide recently I can't see how
    they could easily cock-up the simple matter of keeping a registration.
    Maybe they could ...
    I am tempted there too - he appears (to my inexperienced eyes) to be
    pretty together.
     
    Roger Hunt, May 18, 2007
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  3. I have had one domain name registered with Easily for several years and
    find them rock solid and easy to deal with. I also have a mail account
    and a virtual server - both are also sound although, compared to my
    other domain name / virtual server, there is often a fraction more
    hesitation on the server under FTP before the details come into view.
    It *is a fraction - perhaps 2 seconds - but once connected just as fast.
    No reported problems viewing web sites and easier to use than several of
    my clients' servers / hosts.
     
    Duncan Kennedy, May 18, 2007
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  4. Paul

    RCC Guest

    I have used Easily to register 2 domain names, 'minimal service' option,
    with just mail forwarding and pointing to my Demon account. Renewed
    easily (sorry) after 2 years. Never spoken to anyone there - all done
    via their site.

    So - it did what it said in the tin, was inexpensive, accurately billed,
    and as such is recommended.
     
    RCC, May 18, 2007
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