I want to be clear about something...
Yes, we do try to undercut everyone in domain name registrations and web hosting/servers. Even our webmaster tools (SSL certificates, Website Builder and Managed WordPress) are marked down as low as we can get them.
But, I do not do this alone. I have established partnerships with mainstream corporations that provide the finest services available. The reason we offer rock-bottom pricing is that anyone can establish those same relations...
Domain Hostmaster no longer carries the portfolio of new "ICANN Era" gTLD name extensions offered by Uniregistry due to repetitive price increase issues. Most new gTLDs (generic Top Level Domains) already carry a hefty price tag and come with a significant maintenance (registration and renewal) cost over the cost of traditional .com, .net, .org and the ccTLD (country code Top Level Domain) extensions (ie: .US).
Although all current Domain Hostmaster new gTLD names from the U...niregistry names registry catalog will not be available for registration, though we will continue to support all Uniregistry domain name renewals at DomainHostmaster.com right in your familiar domain manager.
The following domain name extensions are affected:
I actually don't believe many DH customers are affected, as these domain name extensions barely sold. But Uniregistry's constant price increases make them an inappropriate offering when we stand for affordable, discount prices to our online professional customer community.
There are exceptions, though. The new gTLD .company is an exceptional value. It's just a bit long to type. Also note that .com domains still demand the highest resale cost in the premium domain name aftermarket (.net and country code TLD domains are usually 10% the value of a premium .com domain name).
New Era gTLD (nTLD) Registries with Glitches:
You can still register these domain name extensions (provided you find an available name you want with a particular extension registry), however, I am having trouble reducing the prices on these particular new gTLDs (generic Top Level Domains) to our world famous low prices because of a pricing glitch.
The problem has been reported and the issue is being addressed. I will update the news post concerning this glitch at:
New Era gTLD (nTLD) Registries with Glitches:
You can still register these domain name extensions (provided you find an available name you want with a particular extension registry), however, I am having trouble reducing the prices on these particular new gTLDs (generaic Top Level Domains) to our world famous low prices because of a pricing glitch.
I just updated the news log at http://www.DomainHostmaster.com/news/
Having a glitch with several domain extensions that doesn't allow me to discount the registration, renewal, or transfer prices.
Luckily, all of the other gTLD prices are discounted as far as they can go....
I'll update the post once the glitch is addressed, fixed and the affected registry extensions have been discounted.
I just changed the phone number back this past week and now it is showing the tech support number again.
+1 (605) 251-8973
The number I want and expect to be displayed is for sales, and I can even provide tech support to get anyone going....
If @Facebook dares change it to anything other than that number once I get on my computer and change it back once again this morning, I think I have a pretty darn good case to sue Facebook for false representation of my business and brand.
I am getting angry with Facebook. On all of my Facebook Pages, Facebook is constantly changing my sales & contact telephone number to the technical support phone number without asking, without permission.
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Once again, Facebook is messing with my pages. It keeps changing my phone number from...
...to some other number for a contracted third party phone support bank that doesn't understand anything but technical support questions....
Please call # +1.605.251.8973 to get ahold of me, the office, or sales.
It seems that Facebook is intentionally screwing with all the phone numbers that I have personally entered as the owner for each and every single Facebook page I manage, and this sort of diabolical ruthlessness playing God with no care for my businesses and brands is not only a liability for its own service and product, it is an obstacle to capitalism as well as a challenge to individuality and my right to free speech.
I find it incredible that Facebook won't even allow me to correct their mistake right now, as well.
Quit this, Facebook! You are infringing on the integrity and convenience of my brand with deceptive information and won't even allow me to correct your mistakes!
Why is it @Facebook always sends you to strange places when visiting your own Facebook pages? I suppose because it is always selling ads, which makes it one of the greatest creators of web spam ever known.
Thing is, It should be paying attention to how its users use it and make the UX easier for them, not a damn riddle. If I am accessing my page to update my status each time, that's where I should land. Certainly, not on an ad performance page when I have so few followers and no ads running!
Over the past 9 days or so, I have spent considerable time going through all of the gTLD name extensions and reducing those prices to their minimum for each (if they haven't already been reduced to their mininum retail sale price).
I have succesfully checked or reduced the price of the following domain names to their minimum price point allowable:
ICANN generic/global Top Level Domain (gTLD) Name Extension Registries Lists:
ICANN "New Era" gTLDs:
.academy :: recruit new students with .academy
.accountant :: calculate success with .accountant...
All ICANN New Era TLD issues have been rectified quite some time ago, I have been busy so I haven't been able to keep up with all the updates and social sites.
I am currently working on trying to get my taxes done before the deadline and am trying to get a few projects buttoned-up in order to do so.
Once I am all caught-up and taxes are done, I'll be posting some new features that are already available at Domain Hostmaster.