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How much does registering a domain name cost?
Domain name registration is done in annual payments. A domain name may be registered or renewed in 1 year to 10 year increments. Each year of active registration at is $25.00 for .com, .net, .info, .biz and .org domains.($10.00 less than most registrars). Domains in the .uk, tv and .ca address space are $35.00

How do I register a domain name?
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What are the valid characters and length restrictions for a domain name?
The only valid characters for a domain name are letters, numbers and a hyphen (-). Other special characters like the underscore (_) or an exclamation mark (!) are NOT permitted.

Example: (is correct) (is incorrect) (is incorrect)

A domain name can be up to 64 characters long -- including the 4 characters used to identify the Top Level Domain (.net, .com, .org or .edu). Do not type the www. before your domain name when registering.
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Article ID: 33
Author: Tanishya Williams
Created On: 16 Mar 2004
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