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Cheaper domain with full sopporting facilities

Written by eastern writer on Wednesday, March 19, 2008

When you find for a domain, what criteria you take for your consideration before you finally buy a domain? Is it the one that offer you cheaper domain?

I also look at a domain with the cheapest price. But, getting the lowest price is not only the prime criteria for my consideration to buy a domain. The more important is, how the cheaper domain also provide a good supporting facilities.

Lets take an example. If you are now using free hosting and domain, such blogger or wordpress then you want to transfered your free domain to the new domain, you should check that your domain also support domain transfer, with simple steps and did not spend long time, so that you do not need to wait for some days till your new domain can be accessed.

Suppose now you have your own domain "" and you want to provide your readers with email contact using your domain, for example

It is important for your consideration, that your domain provider support those services, if not, I suggest you to find another domain registration which give you better service.

To get cheaper domain with full supporting facilities, I recommend you to buy domain registration at Pay less domains is Australia's favourite domain registration site for buying cheap Australian domain names.

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