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Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by mil0x, Jan 21, 2009.

  1. mil0x

    mil0x Power Member

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    I plan on registering like 50-75 sites, so I was looking at my current hosting (Hostgator) and they charge $15 for every new .com domain registered, I know that there must be hosts out there that offer this a lot cheaper (only looking for .coms) I looked at site5.com but they start at $8.99 per year and they say nothing about .com, so that may easily be a few dollars more. GoDaddy, I've also looked at, but I don't want hosting with them, and pushing each domains will also cost an additional $6.99 per domain and it has to be registered for at least 60 days.

    Long story short: Can somebody recommend me a host that provides everything unlimited ($$ per month doesn't matter) and .com domain registration under $12? Thanks in advance :)
     
  2. r00t

    r00t Regular Member

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    Host at Hostgator and buy domains at Godaddy or at Namecheap if you want free whois
     
  3. mil0x

    mil0x Power Member

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    Like I already said; GoDaddy costs me an extra $6.99 per pushed domain + the registration fee per domain of $9.99, so a quick calculation tells me that even registering the domains one by one on Hostgator would be cheaper. I'm looking for a host that also provides 'cheap' .com domain registering, directly.
     
  4. silver

    silver Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Maybe I missed something in your post or maybe you don't know that you don't have to push your domains from GoDaddy to Hostgator to use them.


    So, take Hostgator for hosting, and register domains with godaddy or namecheap. You just change the nameservers at the domain control panel to HostGators' and you are all good.
     
  5. pussyback

    pussyback Regular Member

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    yes i use hostgator for hosting and godaddy for domains. And silver is right you just change the nameservers