If I purchase from Godaddy and buy website for 1 year?

Discussion in 'Domain Discussions' started by Ryan, Apr 14, 2008.

  1. Ryan Guest

    If I buy a website from Godaddy for 1 year and that year
    expires can I renew the exact site and features again from
    Godaddy without any charges or anything like that. Do they tell me that I can renew my website once it expires or do they just take everything?
  2. David G Guest

    David G
    After purchasing your domain and hosting from any service, before your account becomes expired, they ask you to extend your account. Obviously, they charge you again for the next year.

    Putting this issue aside, as I have heard on different forums some clients had problems with Godaddy. You can find this fact by searching on yahoo answers and looking at past questions and answers about godaddy.

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