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Uniregistry in 2017 : Price increase from Verisign, gTLD deals and NamesCon

Uniregistry in 2017.

Uniregistry sent out an email to its members, notifying them about what’s coming up at the beginning of 2017.

First, the “bad” news: Verisign increases its pricing for .net, and Uniregistry will match that price increase as well. The price increase takes place on February 1st.

With that in mind, there are some great deals and discounts for gTLD domains, both Uniregistry products and other top level domains as well.

Here are some of those specials for January:

Uniregistry will be present at NamesCon 2017, and is the primary sponsor of the event, with founder and CEO, Frank Schilling delivering a keynote speech.

They will also be at Affiliate Summit West 2017 that takes place in Las Vegas, the week prior.

Here is a breakdown of its participation to both conferences:

January 15-17: We’re exhibiting at Affiliate Summit West, held in the famous Paris Hotel. Stop by booth 209/210 in the Main Exhibition Hall to meet our team!

January 22-25: Uniregistry is the Diamond Sponsor of the biggest annual domain name conference, NamesCon. It kicks off at the Tropicana Hotel, where leading industry experts and enthusiasts will gather under one roof. Listen to our CEO, Frank Schilling’s Keynote, attend valuable workshops, and network with industry pros. Come say hi to us at booth 8+9.

We’re excited to be hosting our After Hours Party at Hakkasan nightclub on Monday, January 23 exclusively for NamesCon attendees. We will take over the hottest club on the Las Vegas Strip with guest DJs, your first drink on us, and great company! Be sure to bring your NamesCon conference badge for entry.

For more news and information, visit Uniregistry.com.

Note: Uniregistry is a premium sponsor of DomainGang.com. We often share news and information about their products and services, which we also use.

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