OpenSRS offers generic, specialty, and country-code extensions, as well as new top-level and premium domains. Its features include domain name suggestion, privacy protection, domain parking, and more. In this article, we cover pricing. Ready to get started with OpenSRS? Visit its website.
What OpenSRS Does Well
As of the date this article was written (12/31/18), there are not a lot of positive OpenSRS user reviews online. If you are a past or current OpenSRS customer, leave a review to help other business owners who are deciding whether or not to use OpenSRS.
What OpenSRS Does Not Do Well
There are not a lot of negative OpenSRS user reviews online. However, a few of them complained about renewal prices changing without notice. They also added that the customer support team was not responsive to their concerns.
OpenSRS has over 600 domain extensions ranging from $7 to $2,800/year. Prices vary according to the number of domains registered or transferred simultaneously. Privacy protection is also offered at an additional fee of $3/year. There are discounts available for select domain extensions.
*The annual plans are paid in full at the start of the billing cycle.
Ready to get started with OpenSRS? Visit its website.
Check out the list below of some of OpenSRS’ features:
- 600+ Domain Name Extensions
- Name Suggestions
- Managed DNS
- Customer Support
- Privacy Protection
- Domain Parking
- Video Tutorials
Can OpenSRS users buy and sell pre-owned domains?
Is there a grace period for renewing OpenSRS domains?
Here is a list of some of OpenSRS’ popular integrations: