Aplus.Net releases new domain name registration process

00:00:00 - 02 July 2003

San Diego, July, 2-nd, 2003. Aplus.Net (www.aplus.net) introduces a new improved process for domain names registration effective immediately. The new process preserves all of the advanced features offered before like advanced domain name search and suggestions tool and adds new attractive for the customer options. Here are some of them.

- matching e-mails - e-mails matching the domain like john@xyz----------.com can be added during the subscription process in packs of 5, 10, 50 or 100.

- domain forwarding - if you want your new domain to point to an existing web site you can do this on the fly now during the registration process.

- "for sale" web page - you can order one page web site "for sale" easily. If the new domain is for sale this is all you need.

- "business card" web site - one page web site with short description and contact information. Pick from several templates and enter your own headlines and text. Instantly ready upon the subscription.

None of this is new to Aplus.Net. What is new is that all this is packed conveniently in one single process.

Says Ivan Vachovsky, CEO of Aplus.Net " Customer has the option now to select everything he needs during the domain name registration process, instead of calling us after that and going trough another process. It is easy, convenient and we hope our customers will like it."

Customers can go to http://domains.aplus.net in order to use the new domain names registration by Aplus.Net.

About Aplus.Net
Aplus.Net is facilities based web hosting company with headquarters in San Diego , California and offices in Anaheim, CA; Sacramento, CA; Atlanta, GA and Europe. Aplus.Net specializes in web hosting and domain name registration services for consumers and small and medium size business. Aplus.Net is among the ten largest privately held web hosting and domain name registration companies in the USA. Aplus.Net is privately held. Aplus.Net a.k.a. Names4Ever is ICANN accredited domain names registrar.


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