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#11 2019-03-11 18:53:39

maverick
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Re: Domain name renewal fees

fwiw, I’ve been looking at CloudFlare’s new registration service

Pricing wise they seem to be about as straight forward as anyone else I’ve found.

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#12 2019-03-11 19:15:16

gaekwad
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Re: Domain name renewal fees

maverick wrote #316992:

fwiw, I’ve been looking at CloudFlare’s new registration service

Pricing wise they seem to be about as straight forward as anyone else I’ve found.

Gotta admit, I was tempted by them when I saw it. I’m watching for now, see how the initial customers find them. Knowing Cloudflare, their interface will be top flight and pretty seamless. Does raise the inevitable question: what do they have to gain if they’re charging largely at-cost? Presumably an easy upsell to their other services…beyond that, not sure.

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#13 2019-03-11 19:20:46

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Re: Domain name renewal fees

maverick wrote #316992:

fwiw, I’ve been looking at CloudFlare’s new registration service

Am I missing something…seems to be transfer-in-and-renew only, no obvious route to get new domains.

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#14 2019-03-11 21:33:41

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Re: Domain name renewal fees

gaekwad wrote #316994:

Am I missing something…seems to be transfer-in-and-renew only, no obvious route to get new domains.

this should do it


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#15 2019-03-11 21:43:07

gaekwad
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Re: Domain name renewal fees

bici wrote #316995:

this should do it

I must be geographically limited – all I see is an option to transfer domains in, not purchase new ones.

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#16 2019-03-11 21:53:10

bici
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Re: Domain name renewal fees

Makes two of us:

what does this say?
Cloudflare Registrar

Finally, a domain registrar you can love.
Cloudflare Registrar securely registers and manages your domain names with transparent, no-markup pricing that eliminates surprise renewal fees and hidden add-on charges. You pay what we pay — you won’t find better value.

and yet i find no way to ACTUALLY securely register a domain??!!
sorry


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#17 2019-03-11 22:13:44

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Re: Domain name renewal fees

This thread says “ At this time, you can only transfer existing domain names into Cloudflare” but I don’t know how official that is. It seems like only ~1000 people wanted to know that (at the time of writing).


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#18 2019-03-11 22:15:18

gaekwad
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Re: Domain name renewal fees

jakob wrote #316998:

This thread says “ At this time, you can only transfer existing domain names into Cloudflare”

…and they have to be on a Cloudflare plan. Makes sense now, and answers my question about why they’re doing it at-cost.

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#19 2019-03-11 23:36:37

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Re: Domain name renewal fees

gaekwad wrote #316999:

…and they have to be on a Cloudflare plan. Makes sense now, and answers my question about why they’re doing it at-cost.

Cloudfare is too obtuse for me. no patience for this kind of silliness


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