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Save 80% off a 10-year subscription to a Radix '.tech' Domain - get it for $49.99

Xionlan 12 17 June 27, 2016 at 09:14 PM in Domains (4)
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Last Edited by Xionlan July 5, 2016 at 02:10 PM
I haven't seen this anywhere here.

Being in the computer repair business having a .tech domain name is a great deal for me, I just signed up for 10 years on my business, now we own a .tech domain, yay!

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https://deals.neowin.net/ [neowin.net]

Find out if your domain is available at http://get.tech/ the use the link to get the code that is only available through neowin.net
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And now I am working on my new domain http://www.junkyards.tech for those who still don't think its valid, check with domain tools for info about registration/expiration http://whois.domaintools.com/junkyards.tech

Domain also has privacy protection for the full 10 years, that is great for domain security


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So this is useful if you own a comuter repair shop only?
I have never heard of it and am not a dealer.
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Isn't it approximately the same price at other domain registrars? For example, GoDaddy.com has .tech domain names for $4.99 per year here [godaddy.com].

Update: I guess GoDaddy is up to its usual tricks: post-first year renewals are rather pricey.

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Quote from terriblethomas View Post :
So this is useful if you own a comuter repair shop only?
I have never heard of it and am not a dealer.
Anyone with a little skill can use this type of domains, a car technician, a online store to some kind of technology based stuff, BTW tech doesn't have to be all about computers, it can be about any line of work, even you can get a site for your resume, like a LAB Technician. ETC. Johndoe.tech
I hope this opens your mind to the possibilities this can bring to lots of people.
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Quote from TofuVic View Post :
Isn't it approximately the same price at other domain registrars? For example, GoDaddy.com has .tech domain names for $4.99 per year here [godaddy.com].

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with godaddy there is no discount after the first year, if you want to register the site for 10 years it will cost you $636.70
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not very practical if you can't research domain availability prior to purchase.
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not very practical if you can't research domain availability prior to purchase.
you can go to http://get.tech/ then go to the link for the coupon code
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you can go to http://get.tech/ then go to the link for the coupon code
neowin charged $49.99, then forwarded to the domain site where the coupon entered resulted in a "10 year discount" note, under a message that reads: "Coupon doesn't apply to any of the products in the cart". then it asks for payment again, but only for one year at $49.99

What was your experience? i'm not paying twice for 1 year at 50 bucks.
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Quote from Mohiomap View Post :
neowin charged $49.99, then forwarded to the domain site where the coupon entered resulted in a "10 year discount" note, under a message that reads: "Coupon doesn't apply to any of the products in the cart". then it asks for payment again, but only for one year at $49.99

What was your experience? i'm not paying twice for 1 year at 50 bucks.
I just entered the coupon code and it worked, 10 years registration
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Quote from TofuVic View Post :
Isn't it approximately the same price at other domain registrars? For example, GoDaddy.com has .tech domain names for $4.99 per year here [godaddy.com].

Update: I guess GoDaddy is up to its usual tricks: post-first year renewals are rather pricey.

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yep, they want full price after the first year
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