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.com domain FREE -- 1 per customer

Register.it

Other tlds are also free or discounted.


Happy 4th July, everyone! 🌭🏈🎆🎇

* THE "SMALL PRINT": "For all new customers and for free domains, the maximum number of domains that can be registered on offer is 1 per user, while for .it it is 3. For all existing customers the maximum number of domains that can be registered on offer is 3."
 
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NOT WORKING , IT SEEMS TO BE ONLY FOR EUROPE
It may not be for only those in Europe.

I continued the process of ordering though it was showing about €9, just where I was required to loggin I saw the word promo written somewhere in front of the amount and I clicked on it the cost was changed to €0.

It still requested for me to select card for payment but they didn't charge anything.

Try to see if it can work for you that way Sophia
 
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it was zero for me before login also .. as soon as i registered and logged in , the price changed

may be bec of geo location
 

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This is applicable to only EU citizens and they are running this promo for like more than 3yrs now... As per their conditions, you will need to stay with them for a year... which means you will have to renew the domain for $44.35... Nominalia is running the same promo... seems both are owned by the same parent company... So be careful...
 

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It is your right to transfer your domain name registration between registrars. If you wish to move your domain name from one ICANN-accredited registrar to another, you may initiate the transfer process by contacting the registrar to which you wish to transfer the name.

With the caveat of the 60-day transfer lock, ICANN refers to transferring domains between registrars as a a "right"?

Would a 1-year prohibition on transfer be compatible with ICANN rules?

I'm not disputing what you say, @TheHawking -- in fact I appreciate your head's up.

I just want to understand how any ICANN accredited registrar could "get away" with refusing transfers after the completion of the 60-day transfer lock period (assuming that is indeed what certain registrars are proposing)
 
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With the caveat of the 60-day transfer lock, ICANN refers to transferring domains between registrars as a a "right"?

Would a 1-year prohibition on transfer be compatible with ICANN rules?

I'm not disputing what you say, @TheHawking -- in fact I appreciate your head's up.

I just want to understand how any ICANN accredited registrar could "get away" with refusing transfers after the completion of the 60-day transfer lock period (assuming that is indeed what certain registrars are proposing)
They dont refuse but they add some fees for transfer out

its like one way or the other
 
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