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# 167401 12-Mar-2015 13:27
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On the 31st march at 1am ? 1pm the .nz names that have not been claimed will be available for all and sundry

Does anyone know of a service where you can register your interest in specific names so that as they become available at that time a application can be sent in.

(Sorry I know thats bad grammer and hard to understand but I am a "speaker' not a writer)




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  # 1257319 12-Mar-2015 16:58
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The best way is possible just do a check at 1pm, as it is likely the registry will be very busy anyway. Last time pre registrations took a long time to be completed, so you may have more luck doing it manually as well . Anyone who wanted their shorter domain should have at least reserved it for free by now on the anyname.nz website, as you can reserve it for I believe about 2 years at no cost.

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  # 1261834 18-Mar-2015 16:57
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What happens with conflicted domains. When (if ever) are they released?

 
 
 
 


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  # 1261838 18-Mar-2015 17:01
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Does this also remove the 'conflict' process? or will that still stand after the 31st?




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