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Old 04-28-2008, 09:02 AM   #1
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Default .nu domain registration - suggestions?

I'm looking at registering a .nu domain - something which GoDaddy doesn't do.

I haven't even checked availability yet (I did months ago, but not since) - but in order to prevent squatting I don't want to do that until I've selected a registrar: I know all the stories... Price is an issue as well, and pricing for .nu are wildly divergent, ranging from less than $30 a year (even without the standard 2-year contract requirement) to $200 per two years (I've seen several).

Currently I'm looking at both iDotz.net and namecheap.com. Any experience, good vibes, bad vibes, or rumors, anyone?

Oh, and I'm in a bit of a hurry. I thought I'd done this already. I must be getting old, or something.

   
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