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Wednesday, 12 May 2004 11:54
What is a domain name?

A domain name is a fully unique identifier for an internet site; a domain name contains two or more parts separated by dots, such as "yoursite.com.” The portion before the dot identifies the unique name of your site, while the second part identifies its origin or type -- for example, ".com" is a commercial site, while ".us" is a site in U.S.

Do you offer Domain name registration?

Yes, we offer domain name registration for $12/year. Click here to register your domain name today.

What are the steps in registering a domain?

Simply go to our Register a domain section, search and see if the domain you are requesting is available, and register the domain. We can also manually register the domain name for you at no additional charge. Contact a NetWebSolutions agent to register your domain name.

How much time does it take to get a domain up and running?

If you are registering a new domain name, we can have you up the day you register your domain name (Some registrars can take 24-48 hours to propagate)

If you are transferring an existing domain (Parked or hosted by another company) it can usually take take 48-72 hours for a domain to fully propagate to our servers.

What kind of domains does NetWebSolutions host?

We host and support all standard domain extensions.

What are your Primary and Secondary DNS hosts?

Nameserver 1: NS1.NetWebSolutions.com

Nameserver 2: NS2.NetWebSolutions.com

What if I already have a domain name?

If you already have a domain name we can host that also. Signup for a hosting account, and input your domain name in the field, and we will do the rest.

We do NOT charge hidden fees or taxes.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 31 March 2009 15:30