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Topic # 154302 23-Oct-2014 18:37
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Hi all,

Only Domains is offering all students 1 free .xyz domain name @ They say the offer is only for students, but filling in the form with a school email sends a generic coupon code to your email which I am happy to provide to anyone if they PM me. :) 


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  Reply # 1160887 23-Oct-2014 18:40
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probably not too much value in it, as you would have to start paying for it at some time. Who wants an xyz domain, I mean what do you use it for?

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  Reply # 1160893 23-Oct-2014 18:50
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Apparently you can't register anyway

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  Reply # 1160896 23-Oct-2014 18:54
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Inphinity: Apparently you can't register anyway

That would be an obvious one that the owner of the .xyz registry probably has. Probably the same with or :)

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  Reply # 1160929 23-Oct-2014 20:06
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My school email works! :D


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  Reply # 1161144 24-Oct-2014 08:47
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Only free for a year

"Each student who fills out the email form found on the promotion page using a valid education email address will receive a reply containing the .xyz promotion code, which will allow for a free one year registration of a .xyz domain of their choice. The promo code can only be used once per user account."

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  Reply # 1161196 24-Oct-2014 10:10
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People will give away their information for a free shitty domain that costs US$ 9.99 a year?

Then you wonder why some students don't have a future and end up working at minimum wage. If they can't think...

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