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  1. #46
    Namescheap is better

  2. #47
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    Domain name providers are pretty notorious for having intro pricing…then raising the price on you to make money ongoing. So for me the best way of judging apples to apples is to look at their 1 year renewal pricing for .com domain names.

    GoDaddy runs at $14.99/yr for .com domains.

    Namecheap runs at $10.69/yr for .com domains.

  3. #48
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    Namecheap seems to be better than Go daddy from my experiences but the newer Eurodns is rising quickly and establishing legitimacy for itself.
    Last edited by maxbrainer; 11-10-2017 at 06:54 PM.

  4. #49
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    Godaddy is better than Namecheap because Godaddy are providing fast, secure and reliable web hosting services at an affordable rates.

  5. #50
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    Godaddy advantages :
    _ There are often attractive promotions
    _ DNS update time is extremely fast
    _ Free domain tranfer
    Godaddy disadvantages :
    _ Promotions are limited : by country, by mode of payment ...
    _ No direct support via livechat
    Namecheap advantages :
    _ There are often attractive promotions
    _ Always pay by paypal
    _ support via livechat ultra fast
    Namecheap disadvantages : not found
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