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Standard User eUKhost
(newbie) Fri 29-Apr-11 09:24:43
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Re: Domain Name Registrar


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So far, I have never heard any issue about the Godaddy service and Namecheap service. Many of our cients have their domains registered at Godaddy and Namecheap. There should not be any problem in registering domain name with these two registrars. And since, both of them are purely into domain registration business, you can trust them easily.
Standard User matthewlowry88
(knowledge is power) Sat 30-Apr-11 23:48:15
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I haven't yet seen a recommendation for 123-reg yet, which surprises me as they are the biggest registrar in the UK now, and I have used them without any issues for multiple domain names for over 9 years now.

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Standard User wanapoo
(member) Sun 01-May-11 00:33:16
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I've used 123reg for about 10-11 years, and have multiple domains and on a seperate webhosting company. Prices for UK specific domain names is cheap for 2 years, but extra costs for .com names manageable.


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Standard User othellotech
(newbie) Mon 02-May-11 04:48:50
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In reply to a post by pmb00cs:
Oh yes, support for DNS wildcards would be nice too

Are there still DNS providers who don't support * entries ?

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Standard User cornishweb
(regular) Wed 11-May-11 16:09:33
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The only problems i have seen with registering a domain is some companies don't give you full control of them. and when you want to move away they charge a fee.

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Standard User GMAN98
(committed) Wed 11-May-11 16:52:54
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Re: Domain Name Registrar


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In reply to a post by matthewlowry88:
I haven't yet seen a recommendation for 123-reg yet, which surprises me as they are the biggest registrar in the UK now, and I have used them without any issues for multiple domain names for over 9 years now.

matt wink


Another for 123 reg here, used for them years, no problems whatsover, even easier to manage stuff with their new interface
Standard User Jaxx281
(member) Thu 12-May-11 09:07:31
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I think you only really get those kind of problems when you order them from smaller companies that rely on domains / hosting / web design. Some web designers will register a domain in their own details rather than the company they are doing the work for, then when the customer wants to move away or do something they charge extortionate fees, COWBOYS!

I can vouch for 123-reg, never had a problem, really easy to manage DNS & Nameservers.

Standard User john2007
(legend) Thu 12-May-11 11:00:43
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I use 123-reg.co.uk for my UK domains. Godaddy for others.
Standard User ultra
(experienced) Fri 24-Jun-11 04:37:35
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I have used a number over the years but have now moved the few .uk domains I have (about 5% of over a hundred domains) to 123-reg

I'd always recomend and use a US-based firm for .com and similar as prices are relatively high over here (from all firms) IMO, but that's not significant in your case.
Standard User blueandyellow
(newbie) Mon 25-Jul-11 13:43:51
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