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Register Your .CA Domain For $0.99 With Godaddy

Discussion in 'Domain Names & Parking' started by pandarian, Aug 27, 2010.

  1. pandarian

    pandarian Junior Member

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    Here is another great deal from Godaddy.com

    .Ca Domains for just $0.99

    .CA Regs for only .99, Use Code: CADEAL
    (I think this also work for transfers)


    Another 50% Off .ORG Regs, Use Code: goaorg01a
     
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  2. iPwnJ00

    iPwnJ00 Junior Member

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    Unfortunately, It seems you have to be a Canadian entity to be able to register the domains. I could not check this code because I don't live in Canada.
     
  3. jason2009

    jason2009 Senior Member

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    It don't mean that just Canadian register at .CA Because nobody take any action for there domain.Like .ORG for organization, How much people have their own non profitable organization for there .ORG ? If they found .org,.net for profitable niche,they don't wait to buy it.... Like so on.

    Thanks mate for your coupon code.
     
  4. izm

    izm Regular Member

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    get a canadian addy then lol
     
  5. gregstereo

    gregstereo Elite Member

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    Actually there's a big diffference. The public associates .ORG with non-profits and they associate .NET with...whatever...but the registry that maintains those TLD's makes them available to anyone.

    But like some other TLD's (and especially like many country code TLD's), CIRA (the Canadian Internet Registration Authority) restricts who can register names using their TLD - and they *have* been known to verify that the registrant meets those requirements.
     
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