How to Register Your Own Domain Name

There are a number of good reasons for having a domain name:
  • If you ever change your web host (the actual physical location of your website files), your domain name goes with you. Your regular visitors or customers who knew your site name as (say) would not have to be informed about a change of web address (also known as "URL"), since as far as they are concerned, the site is still at the same place. They would simply type your domain name and they'd be transparently brought to your new location.
  • If you are a business, a domain name gives you credibility. Few people will be willing to do business with a company that does not have its own domain name.
  • If you get a domain name that describes your company's business or name, people can remember the name easily and can return to your site without having to consult their documents. In fact, if you get a good name that describes your product or service, you might even get people who were trying their luck by typing "" in their browser.
  • If you want good sponsors (advertisers) for your website, a domain name is usually helpful. It tends to give your website an aura of respectibility.
My personal preference is to register the name directly with a domain name registrar rather than through my web host. I've heard stories, in the past, of less-than-reputable web hosts that registered the domain under their own name, making them the owner of the domain rather than you (although I don't know if such web hosts still exist today). Registering direct with a domain name registrar allows me to make sure that I am registered as the owner, the administrative and technical contacts. Being the owner is vital — if someone else places himself as the owner (such as your web host), he can always decide to charge you some exorbitant fee for the use of the name later, and there is little you can do. The various other contacts are less vital, but may still play important roles, depending on your registrar. For example, for some registrars, the administrative contact's approval is required before a domain name is transferred out of a web host (or at least, it used to be). If he/she cannot be contacted, the technical contact is used.

Think of a few good domain names that you'd like to use. It won't do to think of only one — it might already be taken (it probably is). You can find some tips on choosing a good domain name from my article.

You will need either a credit card or a PayPal account to pay for the domain. This is a requirement of most if not all registrars. It will allow you to claim and get the domain name immediately on application.

If you already have a web host, obtain from them the names of their primary and secondary nameservers. Don't worry if you don't understand what these things mean. Just save the information somewhere. The information can usually be obtained from their FAQs or other documentation on their site, usually under a category like "domain name" or "DNS" or "domain name transfer" and the like. If you can't find it, email them. 

This way you can quickly secure your domain name before it's too late and still take your time to set up the other aspects of your site. As far as I can tell, most registrars (or probably all) automatically park your domain by default whether you ask them to or not, so if this is your situation, you probably don't have to do anything special to get it done. Some of those registrars also provide you with a free email address at your own domain name while it is parked at their site.



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Prepaid sim card validity

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Currently TRUE Move Tourist SIMs can have a maximum validity of 90 days.  It is possible to convert your True Tourist SIM to a local SIM by contacting the call center or dialing *9305  
and choosing a local monthly package.  Tourist SIMs from DTAC and AIS may also be limited to 90 days, and may require conversion to a monthly package.

You can now buy a 90 day validity package online and extend the lifespan of your prepaid Thai SIM. This service will ask for the Thai number which you wish to add validity for, and then sends 10 baht topups to add the required amount of days.

Need cheap phone plan? Airtel now offers Rs 23 plan with extended validity, Rs 35 plan .


Need cheap phone plan? Airtel now offers Rs 23 plan with extended validity, Rs 35 plan .

Apparently, the prices of the phone plans are still in a free fall. With Jio continuing its surge and adding new subscribers at a rapid pace, Airtel is now targeting users who look for value for money phone plans under Rs 50. In the new really affordable plans that Airtel is offering are the Rs 23 and the Rs 35 plan. The Rs 23 plan, however, comes without any bundled data. It is an all calling and messaging plan. The Rs 35 plan also gives some data.
First the Rs 23 plan. This plan basically extends the validity of a prepaid account and it is available under the Smart Recharge options. In other words, and this is something you will know, nowadays if you don't use you prepaid SIM for a while (say a few months) you number may get cancelled. With the Rs 23 plan, Airtel must be hoping that users will continue to extend their validity period for trheir pre-paid connection.
The Rs 23 Plan extends the validity of a pre-paid SIM card by 28 days. Naturally, in this 28 days duration you get free incoming. But in case you want to make calls or send SMS, you must already have some talk time or value into your account. Basically, you are just extending validity for your other pre-paid plan with the Rs 23 plan. If you do have some balance left from previous plan, after you recharge for Rs 23, you will be able to make calls at 2.5 paisa per second, send a local SMS at rate of Re 1 per message and send STD SMS at the rate of 1.5 paisa per message

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