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[FREE] .NU Domain Name - NO CREDIT CARD REQUIRED!

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by KraftyKyle, Jun 30, 2013.

  1. KraftyKyle

    KraftyKyle Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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  2. 420lounge

    420lounge Power Member

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    interesting..
    a note:
    .NU domain names are revoked without refund for displaying child porn, being involved with phishing, spamming, email theft, search engine abuse, or any unlawful purpose.[SUP][8][/SUP] Various domains such as vous.nu and por.nu return "THIS DOMAIN NAME HAS BEEN REVOKED BY .NU DOMAIN"[SUP][9][/SUP] and are not available for registration on .NUdomains' site

    somewhat popular though http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/.nu

    The .nu domain is particularly popular in Sweden, Denmark, the Netherlands and Belgium, as nu is the word for "now" in Swedish, Danish and Dutch
     
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  3. watley

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    Pretty good, but they require you submit a ticket to change the nameservers and renewal is $23.
     
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  4. mikpel

    mikpel Regular Member

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    Thanks for telling this. Thought it could be a cheap option to expand my tier 1 but maybe not with that kind of hidden cost..
     
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    watley Power Member

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    Well, it's only the second year and I doubt they'll give you a problem about changing nameservers once, so while I'm not going to bother creating 50 different accounts I definitely think it's worth a few registers.
     
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    I'll stick with my .coms.
     
  7. Daniel0cean

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    I got one to give it a try, I got nothing to loose as I did not fill any payment info so if I don't want to renew I won't. Changing nameservers is no hassle. They activate the options within 24 hours after you get the domain as for $23 that's cheaper than other overpriced domains so it's not that bad considering that you could also transfer away
     
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    worth to check how they rank! thanks op!
     
  9. whland

    whland Registered Member

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    Yeah nice deal. But always read the whole site over to look for hidden fees etc.

    There's always a catch. So it's only free for the first year then renews at $23.00 every other year. No thanks. I'll stick with my .com domains from namecheap and dynadot that I pay around $10.00 per year for.

    Chad