Domain names

Is there anywhere were I can register a domain name for free, or do they all have to be paid for? If so, who's the cheapest?
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bitschConnect With a Mentor Commented:
If depends on which domain names.

The usual .com, .org and .net -names can all be registered for free - but you still need to pay the $70 fee for two years of registreation to the InterNIC.

Perhaps you can convince someone to waive that fee if you buy some space at their webhotel - I haven't heard of any.

Check out:

http://nowstores.com/free_domain_name_registration.htm

http://www.yournamefree.com/

http://www.register4free.com/

- and MANY others.

Most registrars will also park your domain name for free.

If you want to register a foreign name - for instance a .dk (Denmark) or .co.uk - you'll have to contact the hotmaster of that "top level domain" to find a registrar in that country.

Check out http://www.uninett.no/navn/domreg.html for a complete list.
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jhurstCommented:
There is no charge for the .us names.
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AstronusCommented:
you can try www.namezero.com
it give free domain name with a banner at the bottom of your domain name. You don't have to pay anything.  But it take a while for them to register domain name. If you want to know the free domain going to look like try www.shopdevelopment.com

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jhurstCommented:
also, consider xxxx.hypermart.net, there is no charge for the xxx.  They are at www.hypermart.net
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