ZoneEdit is a provider of domain name registration solutions, managed Domain Name System (DNS), and email tools. Its features include URL forwarding, DNS load distribution, and more. In this article, we cover ZoneEdit reviews and pricing. Ready to get started? Visit its website.
Summary of ZoneEdit User Reviews
As of January 2019, there are no up-to-date user reviews of ZoneEdit online. If you are a past or current ZoneEdit customer, leave a review to help other business owners who are deciding whether or not to use ZoneEdit.
ZoneEdit pricing includes eight domain extensions ranging from $16 to $24 per year. The main differences among these extensions include the availability of a privacy protection feature and geographical restrictions. ZoneEdit offers credits at $1 each, which are used to maintain the accounts that hold the domains. Discounts apply to bulk purchases.
DNS services are also offered at one credit per month.
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Check out the list below of some of ZoneEdit’s features:
- Managed DNS
- URL forwarding
- Domain transfer
- WhoIs privacy
- DNS load distribution
- 100% uptime
- Email forwarding
Can ZoneEdit Users Transfer Domains Immediately After Purchase?
ZoneEdit has a 60-day registry lock-in period for all newly registered domains. After the 60 days, users can transfer their domains to any Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN)-accredited registrar.
Do ZoneEdit Users Have a Grace Period for Renewing Domains?
ZoneEdit users can still renew their domains without extra cost within 40 days after the expiration date. However, the DNS service will be suspended until the domains are renewed.
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