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Drop/Catch expired .nz domain names
Does anyone know where to register expiring domain names for .nz? Like SnapNames.com
Thanks, although GoDaddy doesn't do .nz...
mark10111: Thanks, although GoDaddy doesn't do .nz...
They do, a friend bought on off them about 6 months ago - it was around $60 though.
Sorry, I thought they did.
There seems to be a bit of info if you google "backorder nz domains" but most say they don't do it.
Must of changed recently then, sorry.
No worries guys, thanks for input. Can't seem to find anywhere really...I'll keep on hunting!
domains4less is what I think you are looking for
Edit beaten ^^
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A vote for http://www.expireddomains.co.nz/
The best place to snap up expired/expiring .nz domains
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