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For those who may or may not remember me: It has been a while since I've posted here - probably 2 years since I've decently done anything here.

Anyway - I knew about .nz 2nd level domains being publicly open to registrations recently, and have an interest in a particular one.


I haven't registered domain names in New Zealand in years and so I would like to ask:

 

  • what registrars there are who are selling .nz domains, and
  • whether they have reasonable service.
Obviously it would be preferable to have reasonable pricing too - but I'm not overly fussed about that.


I'm sure some of you already hold .nz domains - so maybe something from your current experiences would be useful too.




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  #1166101 31-Oct-2014 20:10
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I have only had good experienced with freeparking.co.nz who I find to be very reasonably priced.




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  #1166102 31-Oct-2014 20:13
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I have had the best experience with Freeparking, but 1stDomains are also very good, and are cheaper. There are cheaper places still, but I'm yet to have a good overall experience, so if you go for the really cheap registrars, I would be prepared to register then transfer.

 
 
 
 


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  #1166182 31-Oct-2014 22:16
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I use 1st domains.

There are cheaper ones, but I as a general rule dont use businesses where their name is something to do with being cheap.




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  #1166196 31-Oct-2014 22:27
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metaname.net - reasonable prices and top notch service.

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  #1169388 5-Nov-2014 16:40
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I use Metaname too, there are cheaper options but none have as clean ui for managing domains.

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  #1171294 8-Nov-2014 12:20
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Thanks everyone. Went with 1st Domains - they were very quick to respond to emails (during business hours of course) and set up was smooth.




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