2013-01-21 09:06:41.980258-08 by Dan Lyke 1 comments
Anyone have experience with NameCheap.com?
DomainMonger.com pissed me off with their recent software update that left several of my domains down for several days, no way to access the DNS control panel, and it took them a long time to call back and even then it was up to me to fix their muckups. Undid many years of goodwill and good service in less than a week.
What I'm saying is that I'm ready to change, and NameCheap.com is having Move Your Domain Day in which they give money to the EFF.
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Bluehost's DNS management has gotten a little better. Bluehost is $13.99/year. NameCheap works out to < $10/year and appears to even offer a hosting plan that's closer to what I need (rather than the all-you- can-eat Bluehost with noisy neighbors).
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