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Hey, I know someone who qualifies! But 18 characters? Any good 18-character ideas?

Regards,

Apollo
 
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I couldn't get your link to upload for me, Pepps. :o
When they start to offer money for their registrations (they pay the person registering), I think it could potentially take-off. :D

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Thanks for the tip, Dr.Pepper.

We registered the following domains:

weddingcoordinator.ph
marketingconsultant.ph
internetconsultant.ph
prepaidcardsonline.ph
wholesalecomputers.ph
telephonedirectory.ph

These could be nice for local business type-ins, specially if .ph becomes more popular than .com locally, which isn't the case right now. But hey, its free for five years!

Anyone have other ideas?

Regards,

Apollo
 
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Originally posted by armstrong
Thanks for the tip, Dr.Pepper.


No Problem B-)
 
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Ferengi Rule of Acquisition #011 » Even if it's free, you can always buy it cheaper.
 
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Originally posted by dax
Ferengi Rule of Acquisition #011 » Even if it's free, you can always buy it cheaper.

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I want one! Too bad I'm not from the phillipines.
 
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Gah, 18 Characters. Im thinking that 12 would be much more appropriate, but then again theyre free lol.
 
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eighteen-characters.ph Is what I was registering Until I hit the Confirmation SMS :(
 
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Do you have to be a Philippine resident if you are paying for the domain?
 
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Originally posted by gromy
Do you have to be a Philippine resident if you are paying for the domain?

No. The dotPH registrar is marketing .ph as dotPhone, and registration is open to anyone.

Regards,

Apollo
 
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Perfect! I have two hostees on my domain from the Phillippines who can take advantage of this offer and redirect it to their sites on my domain.

Thank you for sharing!
 
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