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  Reply # 277652 30-Nov-2009 05:19
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Whatever you do, steer clear of hosting direct.

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  Reply # 277654 30-Nov-2009 06:23
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HostingDirect are not a .nz Registrar (as far as I can tell).
See http://www.dnc.org.nz/content/srs_registrar_list.html for a list of registrar's
They may be going thru someone else for them registering domains.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 281731 12-Dec-2009 11:44
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Does anyone know if any of these domain name registrars have any free email services. i.e. gives you a free you@yourdomain.com when you buy a domain?

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  Reply # 281767 12-Dec-2009 14:46
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dontpanic42: Does anyone know if any of these domain name registrars have any free email services. i.e. gives you a free you@yourdomain.com when you buy a domain?


I don't think you'll find email accounts for free, but most do packages where you get the domain + a small amount of space + a handful of emails for $x a year.




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  Reply # 285969 30-Dec-2009 00:00
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dontpanic42: Does anyone know if any of these domain name registrars have any free email services. i.e. gives you a free you@yourdomain.com when you buy a domain?

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Orcon does.  See http://www.orcon.net.nz/work/page/domains

A bit more expensive than the norm ($32/year), but in my experience they have great uptime and the management interface isn't too painful.




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  Reply # 289309 12-Jan-2010 16:03
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Personally I use domains4less.co.nz for NZ domains, have used them for quite a while now, 2yrs I think from memory.

For .com, .net, .org etc I use Godaddy.com, possibly the cheapest and have a massive detailed DNS management system, support can be abit crap though.

I would suggest:

domains4less or 1stdomains, both are very good and have found support excellent.

www.domains4less.co.nz
www.1stdomains.co.nz




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  Reply # 289321 12-Jan-2010 16:20
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Went from $15+gst per month with TCL to $38inc GST /year, free email forwarding and URL re-direction.

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  Reply # 289322 12-Jan-2010 16:24
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Using Orcon myself for 3 domain names (.co.nz)




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