I have a domain name, but there is a problem.
The problem is that I need to use it for a website and I can’t afford to pay $500 for the domain name.
I don’t want to have to pay again for the same domain.
I have heard that it is possible to get a domain for free from a domain registrar, but I have never heard of this.
It’s really not worth the trouble, is it?
If you are not interested in paying for a domain, you can use a free service like Google DNS or FreeDomain.com.
There is no fee associated with using a free domain.
If you can afford to buy a domain and you want to use the domain for your own website, you may consider buying one of the popular domain registrars: Namecheap, Namecheapsoft, GoDaddy, and GoDaddy Plus.
If your domain name is already registered with a domain registry, you are ready to buy.
Namecheapest Domain Registry, Go Daddy, GoDucks, GoHosting.com, Go.net, GoZone.com All the domains offered by these registraries are free.
In fact, you will only need to pay the $200 registration fee if you choose to buy from the GoDaddy premium domain name registrar.
NameCheap’s FreeDomain Domain Service allows you to choose from the domains you want.
The cheapest domain registrant on Namecheapp.com is GoDaddy.com for $200 a year.
GoDaddy’s free domain service also has a free one-year domain plan for the $25 price.
GoDuck is the most expensive domain registration on NameCheape, but the service is also one of Namecheape’s best.
GoHost.com has a very reasonable price for its one-month domain plan, and it’s free for one year.
The GoZone domain registry is another one of GoDaddys top-ranked domains.
GoZone is available for a one-time registration fee of $10 per month.
If there is no need for a premium domain, then GoZone’s free registration is $150 a year for up to five domains.
NameFree.com and GoZoneFree.co are the most popular registraries for domains.
Both services offer a $200 yearly domain plan.
If this is not your budget, then you may be better off with the FreeDomain domain plan and GoDUCK’s $200 monthly plan.
GoFree.net has a $100 monthly domain plan that is available to customers who pay $200 for the one- and five-year domains.
I also highly recommend that you register your domain for FreeDomain to ensure that you have a free option when you upgrade to a premium registrar when you need it most.
NameSpace, another registrar with a premium service, is another reputable domain name reseller that I have used for a number of years.
Com is also a reputable name registrary that I use.
There are several free domain registraters that I am aware of that have the domain registration and billing services provided by NameSpace.com: GoFreeDomain.co, GoFreeHost.net and GoFreeWebHost.info.
You can also register with NameSpace’s premium service.
It will charge you $150 per year and will charge your registrar a fee for each new domain you purchase.
GoDomain.net’s free, one-term registration fee is also low, at $200 per year for a single domain, plus $200 annually for every additional domain you register.
You should also be aware that if you are considering buying a domain from a non-profit, non-governmental organization or non-commercial domain name company, you should make sure that the domain you want is listed in the organization’s registry before you decide to purchase the domain.
The organization may have a better rate for registrances.
You may also be able to find more information about domain registration at Namecheapo.com/registration/registry-info.
NameSite, the only registrar that I can think of that offers domain registration, also offers a one year domain plan at $1,100 per year.
NameSites.com’s free registrar plan is also cheap, at just $200.
If the domain is only a domain you already own, then it is a free plan.
DomainMarket, another non-profits registrar offering a domain registration service, also provides a free $1 million domain registration plan for one domain.
This is a good option if you need a domain without a domain owner.
Go.com provides a one month domain registration option for $150, plus a $10 fee.
If I need a $1.5 million domain, this will be a great option for me.
FreeDomain offers a $5,000 registration fee for a $500 domain and also charges $10 a year and $25 annually. Go