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    Crazy like a fox suzigeek's Avatar
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    Renewing Domain Name?
    I have a domain name at network solutions and it is coming up for renewal. It was registered 4 years ago for 4 years.

    The long and short of it is they want like 30 bucks or so to renew and I use godaddy now which is only around 10 bucks or so for renewals. Is it possible to transfer the name to godaddy and renew with them somehow?

    I 've never had this situation so I'm kinda lost on this one. TIA
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    notary sojac Herb ԿԬ's Avatar
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    look for the fine print about it --at the new home--. sometimes a registrar will offer to transfer in to their system with a reduced rate for the first year or even better, depending on how their rates were in the first place.

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    True, I always go to Google and type in GoDaddy Discount or GoDaddy Coupon and find a better deal than my already discounted deal with GoDaddy.

    But give yourself plenty of time for the transfer. I always give myself a couple of weeks or more.
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    The slot machine that IS paid! Billy Kay's Avatar
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    NetSol tends to automatically renew (bill your credit card) 6 to 8 weeks before the domian expires. So act before then.

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    Crazy like a fox suzigeek's Avatar
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    Thanks. I just transfered it to godaddy. I didn't realize it was that easy. Its not on automatic renew and its due to expire next week!! I hope nothing goes wrong.

    Even with the transfer fees and renewal fees through Goddady its still cheaper than network solutions renewal fee. I used a promo code so I got 10% off.
    every penny counts!
    Suz~~GearGirl~~

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    notary sojac Herb ԿԬ's Avatar
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    Cool
    good, now "lock" it . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Herb ԿԬ
    good, now "lock" it . . .
    Thanks for the reminder! Off to see if it is locked...
    Suz~~GearGirl~~

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    All should go smoothly with the change over. I recently moved 15 domains for my day boss (eww day job!!) from NetSol to GoDaddy. You would think they would get the hint and lower their pricing.

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    If you're transferring a domain from a different registrar to GoDaddy, then GoDaddy should give you an extra year for free. At least that was what they were quoting to me a few months ago.
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