On Tue, Apr 7, 2009 at 1:36 PM, Michael A. Peters <mpet...@mac.com> wrote:

> tedd wrote:
>> At 2:46 PM +0100 4/7/09, Nick Cooper wrote:
>>> Sorry to side track the issue, but when did this happen to you on
>>> GoDaddy?
>>> I have never experienced this problem. I have been using them for two
>>> years
>>> and I often leave domains in the checkout and come back sometimes days
>>> later
>>> and they're still $7.95.
>> This is of interest to me as well.
>> My old registrar iyd.com was sold to hover.com and the new guys have some
>> serious problems.
>> I've been thinking about combining my ~70 domain names into a single
>> registrar and GoDaddy looks good thus far.
>> So, I would like to know what problems people have-had/are-having with
>> GoDaddy.
> My only problem is that their interface is crappy and inconsistent.
> However, managing domain names is cake - they do it well.
> Their domain manager web app is fairly well done.
> Buying domains can be a PITA as they try to sell you all kinds of stuff
> with it, and their pages are really busy so you have to scroll down to the
> continue button for continue after deciding you don't want any of their
> superfluous stuff.
> Anyway - within 15 minutes of changing what nameserver should be used with
> a registered domain name, my ISP nameserver starts using it, every time -
> and never a problem.
> e-mail support has been answered within 24 hours, and once with a phone
> call because the tech didn't understand my question.
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I like and have used www.misk.com for the last three years. Its got a nice
interface and domains are $10/year



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