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1.99$ domain from yahoo

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by artlocke, May 20, 2012.

  1. artlocke

    artlocke Regular Member

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    First of all I don't know where to post this thread so to be safe I posted it here.

    Has anyone tried registering their domain on yahoo? Are they better that namecheap (as most of my domain are registered in namecheap)?

    Here's the link. (Proud to say that this is not an affiliate link) :p
     
  2. rmv001

    rmv001 Junior Member

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    How to get this for 1.99$ ??
     
  3. .:X:.

    .:X:. Newbie

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    it says $ 9.95 for me
     
  4. Mp3Vibe

    Mp3Vibe Newbie

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    Oh brother... Where's the $1.99 domain?
     
  5. Daniel0cean

    Daniel0cean Regular Member

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    you need to use the code YDMCALL in order to get a $1.99 domain for Yahoo, and yes the code works, the actual domain pricing is $35 so make sure that you transfer to a different registrar after 60 days and cancel automatic subscription. If you have multiple credit cards or PayPal accounts you can get one domain for each card/PayPal account and unique Yahoo ID.
    Transferring is very simple and normal transfer procedure unlike others.
     
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  6. libetter

    libetter Newbie

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    I have a few questions. How do I cancel auto subscription? Also, which registrar do you prefer to transfer the domain to? Thanks.