$15 for one year, or $14/yr for two years, or $13.60/yr for 5 years.
But then I notice that DNS management is separate. DNS management is the web page where you type in that “tnir.org” should porint to the IP address “18.104.22.168”.
Ideally your ISP (who supplies your IP address) has a page somewhere that lets you say that “22.214.171.124” points to “tnir.org” too, but that’s another story (although it shouldn’t be!). So dotster charges $10/yr for DNS management.
So their price is basically $25/yr now.
*sigh. Can anyone recommend another place?
I’ll go see what it costs to use lowcostdomains.ca.
They say it’s $22/yr (Canadian!), which is pretty good.
Not sure if that includes DNS management though.
I *think* it does. […] Looks like it’s lowcostdomains.
And ya, I checked, and the $22/yr includes DNS management.
They call it “parking” the domain.
I briefly looked at
because they are all up on Rails and stuff, and I could actually move all my files
there since they allow 4.8 Gigs of space.
But they are $8/month, which is $96/yr US. Yikes.