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I had just gotten one of NSI's "deactivation notice" e-mails for a domain that's still 2 weeks from expiration. That prompted me to transfer that domain and 3 others to Dotster for $8.95.
It seems the least cost route is to get all domains off of NSI and be done with them. But if you're stuck for some reason on NSI, be sure to ask them for a lower renewal fee.
That $15 offer is also sent out in the email that NetSol has to send to a domain owner transferring a domain elsewhere. The email requires the domain owner to authorize the transfer, but they also use it for this one final sales pitch.
As far as I'm concerned, they should pay us to keep domains with them. :)
joined:Sept 20, 2000
I would rather poke hot irons in my eyes than register/renew a domain name with netsol at any price. If they offered me 10 years free I would turn them down and pay a decent registrar the going rate instead.
I still remember the 4 hour telephone conversations with their so called customer service people a few years back....never again. That bridge has been burned, it will never be rebuilt!