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Our Knowledge Base provides support and solutions for top issues, and frequently asked questions. We have HUNDREDS of help topics written to help you use NameBright, most of which are not categorized and can only be found through the search box below!

What is "at cost" pricing?

"At cost" pricing means you pay what we pay.

With .com domains, we pay $0.18 per domain per year to ICANN, $7.85 to VeriSign, and credit card processing fees for each transaction. We do not mark up the price. Visit our price sheet for more information.

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Get cheaper domain registrations

If you pre-fund your account with at least $100, you will get 'at cost' pricing on the most popular domain extensions as outlined on our price sheet.

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What is "at-cost" registration?

This means that you pay what we pay - there is no added mark up. The exact price that each domain extension costs can be seen on our price sheet.

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How much do renewals and transfers cost?

For most extensions, registrations, renewals and transfers are all priced the same at NameBright. Details can be found at our pricing page.

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Why are your prices so low?

You can register domains at NameBright for the same prices that we pay – no markup is added. See our price sheet for more information.

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What is Free MultiServer? This information might be out of context

SSL Certificates can typically be used on one public server, and most give you the option to license additional servers for an extra cost.

Certificates marked "Free MultiServer" allow you to use them on unlimited servers, without additional costs.

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When I transfer a domain do I get another year of registration? This information might be out of context

Yes. The transfer price includes renewal of the domain for 1 additional year. This year is added to the current expiration date, not to the date of the transfer, so all existing registration time is retained.

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What domain extensions does NameBright support?

You can register domain names in virtually every extension at NameBright. Check out our full list of supported extensions.

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What happens when my domain expires? This information might be out of context

If you do not renew a domain before the expiration date, it will be marked for deletion and enter a series of phases before it is actually deleted. During this time, all services for your domain will be interrupted.

For 30 days after expiration, you will be able to renew your domain for the standard cost. After, there is a 30-day Redemption Grace Period (RGP), during which you can renew your domain but with an additional fee. Once the RGP has ended, the domain will be dropped and is irretrievable.

See our terms and conditions for more info.

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What is the Redemption Grace Period? This information might be out of context

If you do not renew a domain before the expiration date, it will be marked for deletion and enter a series of phases before it is actually deleted. During this time, all services for your domain will be interrupted.

For 30 days after expiration, you will be able to renew your domain for the standard cost. After, there is a 30-day Redemption Grace Period (RGP), during which you can renew your domain but with an additional fee. Once the RGP has ended, the domain will be dropped and is irretrievable.

See our terms and conditions for more info.

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