Domain name registration

Advantagecom Networks offers domain registration with a hosting account or separately. To have a web site, you will need a hosting account in addition to the domain name registration.

A domain name gives your web site and email addresses a name of their own like yourname.com. The ".com" part on the end of the domain name is called the domain extension and can be chosen from a wide variety of different domain extensions. The ".com" domain extension is the most popular, but it also means it can be harder to get the name you want. If you have trouble getting the name you want, try choosing a different domain extension.

Pricing starts at $20.00 per year per domain name, with additional services available such as ID protection, email forwarding, and DNS management. Some domain extensions cost more. You can pay for the domain name registration by credit card or PayPal.

To register a domain name separately from a hosting account, click here.

If you are already a customer, login to your billing account when ordering so that the domain name and/or hosting account can be managed from your existing billing account.

If you want to register a domain name at the same time as you order your hosting account, just select the option at the beginning of the order process for the hosting account

Customer Quips

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