15 Responses

  1. Chris
    Chris January 18, 2014 at 05:18 | | Reply

    I’m surprised you left off Namebright.com – they’re great at offering no-BS prices and free privacy protection.

  2. Ajay
    Ajay January 20, 2014 at 12:31 | | Reply

    Jean, I’d like to point out WebberZone.net (also .com) which offers free Privacy Protection and very competitive prices for Domains.

  3. Darryl Schmidt
    Darryl Schmidt January 20, 2014 at 14:32 | | Reply

    Hover also offers free Whois protection and super duper support.
    They’re likely more expensive, but if I have an issue I can call them and a human answers after the second or third ring.

    1. Ron Turner
      Ron Turner February 28, 2014 at 16:53 | | Reply

      Yes, NameSilo has excellent customer support and answers their phones as well… plus their prices are better and their interface is much cleaner – especially if you have a lot of domains.

    2. Aaron Garcia
      Aaron Garcia April 1, 2015 at 02:26 | | Reply

      Does Hover go down frequently? I’ve been asking around – I moved my .com domains to Google Domains Beta since they offer multiple name servers. Google isn’t known for going down often. But, they currently do not accept .tv domains.

  4. Doug Friend
    Doug Friend May 2, 2014 at 17:38 | | Reply

    http://register4less.com. Great customer service, and they offer free hosting with the registration. Whois privacy has been free with them since 2002.

  5. johnjohn89
    johnjohn89 September 3, 2015 at 11:01 | | Reply

    There are many services for registration, maintenance and search domain names. For example, https://whoiszz.com, https: //godaddy.com and more.

  6. Michael Qiu
    Michael Qiu March 28, 2016 at 23:10 | | Reply

    This domain registrar: https://www.getyour.id provides free WHOIS Privacy without time limit

  7. Peter
    Peter April 24, 2017 at 04:33 | | Reply

    HI, I have also used a local host/registrar http://www.signonhost.com and they provided free whois privacy.

  8. Chris
    Chris August 10, 2017 at 23:28 | | Reply

    We offer free whoid privacy protection every year at https://Plusdomainclub.com Privacy is not a upgrade, never accept being forced to pay for your own privacy!

  9. Chris Eoff
    Chris Eoff August 22, 2017 at 09:23 | | Reply

    Yes, my domain is registered through namebright as I deposited the $100 and got them for $8.03/ea. I typically make my own whois privacy. I have domains registered under multiple “example Name Privacy” Then I sometimes include Spam mail will be prosecuted. It cuts down on it tremendously. There are a few cheaper options than name silo, however I do have about 85 domains registered through them as well. I’m not looking at Epik. Free Whois, same price as Name Bright but I do believe it’s every year free whois privacy.

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