Domain Name Prices Cut in Half by 34SP.com

Addressing the state of both the current British and European economic situations, 34SP.com has cut all new domain name prices in half during the month of January 2012. The deeply discounted domain name prices will help any small or medium sized business in the United Kingdom or Europe to save 50 percent on any new domain name needed to run their businesses in 2012 and beyond.

To view a complete list of domain name extensions with the half off pricing see: http://www.34sp.com/domains.

A short list of the compelling domain name deals include:

.co.uk domains for just £2.50 per year
.com for a mere £5.00 per year
.biz for £6.00 per year
.eu for £7.50 per year
.co for £15.00 per year

Stuart Melling is co-founder at 34SP.com and had this to say regarding the January Domain Name Sale, ”After two years of consistently great feedback from our customers regarding discounting domains, we just had to bring out a truly outstanding domain promotion for 2012. We know that all businesses are looking for a bargain right now, but that shouldn’t mean you have to sacrifice on quality either. Every domain name sold during our domain promotion is backed by our renowned, in house support team. You might pay half price, but you still get 100 percent of the fantastic support when you need it.”

34SP.com is a Nominet Certified Registrar and domain buyers can have the utmost confidence in the award-winning service and support provided by 34SP.com for over a decade. Half price domain names are only available for a limited time. The special domain pricing is offered only in the month of January. Domain names registered during this special promotion will renew at 34SP.com regular domain prices at the end of their registration period. The special half price offer is good on any new domain name extension offered by 34SP.com and there is no limit on the number of domains that can be registered.

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