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GoDaddy Lowers Domain Name Prices to $1.99 /Year


By Derek Iwasiuk
September 16, 2005 (, announced that Go Daddy customers can now register, transfer or renew domain names for just $1.99/year when they purchase a non-domain product.

Available only until September 30, Go Daddy customers can take advantage of this limited time offer by purchasing one of several non-domain products, such as web hosting, Secure SSL certificates, e-Commerce ready shopping carts, and more.

With savings of more than 50 percent over Go Daddy's recent $3.99 special pricing, this new offer also includes a variety of FREE extras, including Go Daddy's Complete Email product (a $9.95/yr value), starter Web page, domain forwarding and masking, complete DNS control, and many other must-have features.

"We're excited to tell the Internet community that the best domain value on the 'Net just got better," said Bob Parsons, president and founder of Go Daddy. "Since Go Daddy started back in 1999, one of our goals has been to increase the Internet's accessibility for everyone," Parsons added.

"With hosting plans starting at $3.95/month, Web site builders at just $2.95/month, and now domains from just $1.99/year, we're achieving that goal, and making it possible for anyone and everyone to acquire and create their own personal space on the Internet."

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