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#Uni Market : One second before midnight might get you a free #domain!

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If you register a domain at Uniregistry one second before midnight on December 31, 2019, it might be free.

Frank Schilling, founder of Uniregistry, said on Twitter:

“Uni will give away 20 free domain names, as long as they are registered 1 second before 2019 ends! It’s a way of saying goodbye to a great year at Uniregistry, and welcoming 2020 with open arms!”

Twenty lucky domain registrants will thus save money right as the year ends. Uniregistry will even provide free parking ads for your domains, and a free listing at the Uni Market.

“Domains are the self-driving vehicles of your business and brand, they take it places without you moving as much as a finger,” said Frank Schilling, adding: “Uniregistry brokers will get your domains moving in 2020 for sure. We are a team of many and are here to help you make money through the new year, and beyond!”

Domain investors are advised to train on their domain registration skills by visiting Uniregistry.com and test-registering domains, in order to be ready for the final second of 2019.

Uniregistry will give away free domain names?

Note: Uniregistry is a premium sponsor of DomainGang and this article is 100% pure parody. You may still try to register domains one second before midnight!


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3 Responses to “#Uni Market : One second before midnight might get you a free #domain!”
  1. Francois says:

    Do not hurry!!!

    In fact without given where is the midnight hour based you have a full day to act .
    Due during 24H it will be midnight somewhere in the world 😉

    Thanks Uni!

  2. DomainGang says:

    Francois – You found a glitch in the system!

  3. Francois says:

    Fortunately for Uni the 20 cap, fix that, phew.com!!!

    PS: Australian should won all.

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