Domain Registrar AIT Offers $2.99 Domain Name Registrations & Transfers
Fayetteville, NC, Nov 12, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
Advanced Internet Technologies (AIT.com), one of the Internets first Domain Name Registrars, is now offering new domain registrations & transfers for only $2.99 in the first year! This is a limited time promotion that represents industry-low domain registration prices. AIT's $2.99 domain registration & transfer sale includes .com, .net, .org, .info, .us, and .biz domain extensions.
In order to take advantage of this incredible deal, users simply create an account, and register or transfer the domain name of their choice at AIT.com/domains. The discount includes the standard free private domain registration and NO hidden ICANN fees or surprise tacked on costs.
"Finding the right domain name is only part of the equation of running a successful online strategy for your business. We wanted to offer this promotion not only give our customers great savings on domain names, but to also help facilitate our customers in purchasing all of the domain extensions and similar domains to secure and protect their brand online," said Marketing Manager David Green. He added, "And while this promotion is running for a limited time, we are offering it to all existing and new AIT customers."
AIT offers customers more than just domain name registration. They also provide web hosting, dedicated servers, SSL certificates, email marketing software, and Wordpress blog hosting, plus numerous other web related products and services.
AIT is a 16 year-old NC based technology company, a two time Inc 500 winner, and offers domain registration, dedicated servers, web hosting, value-added reseller hosting plans, and marketing services to companies around the globe. AIT currently manages hundreds of thousands of domain names and thousands of dedicated server customers located throughout the globe.
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