Discounted .IN Registrations

I get a load of emails advertising cheap registrations, but this seems like a very good deal on .IN domain names from (although I haven’t used them before). Jeff from discussed .in domains a couple of months ago, and TRAFFIC Amsterdam will be covering ccTLDs.


Discounted .IN and Third level .IN Domains
Make the most of our latest Promo that has just gone Live! We’re giving away both .IN and Third Level .IN Domains for just $5.99!
.IN is a great vanity TLD which is representative of the Internet as a whole. It is also mighty helpful in targeting the vast Indian geography. So what are you waiting for, cash in on this offer before it ends.


The promo is applicable for the first year of registration only. Thus, a two year .IN Domain registration will be billed as Promo Pricing + Regular Price for 1 year.
Renewals and Transfer-Ins will not attract promo pricing.
There are no restrictions on the number of domains that you can register during this period.

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      • @Randall… Since I stick with .com, I don’t really follow the pricing. The $5.99 price point sounded like a deal to me. I have heard very good things about working with Kellie @

    1. Elliot – thanks for the kind words.

      Randall’s got it right. We are offering second level and all third level .in registrations at $3.99 for a limited time.

      Shameless plug: we’re in our final days of a .US special. Among about a half dozen specials we’re running at the moment, including .tel

    2. is offering .in registration for INR 200, which works out to about $3.99. If you buy more than 20 domains, you get credits for additional registrations.

    3. Note from Rick Latona on March 22: “Be very careful with .in names. We have yet to find anyone who has successfully defended their right to even own a generic name.”

    4. Rick Latona Guru, I fail to understand your strategy, here u say ‘be careful with .in names’ and at you say ‘ I’m here to buy premium .in domains. ………
      I’m also willing to buyout large portfolios in a bulk deal.

    5. Hi this is domain.Renewals and Transfer-Ins will not attract promo pricing.
      There are no restrictions on the number of domains that you can register during this

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