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Welcome to the names.co.uk blog, the new name for Namesco! At names.co.uk we provide domain registration, web hosting, personal and business email, ecommerce solutions, website creation tools, business servers and lots more.

Yearly Archives: 2006

250,000 domains now under management!

After recently celebrating our 10th year in business, we have just reached another significant milestone. As of today, we now manage over 250,000 Domain Names on behalf of 160,000 clients around the world! This phenomenal success is not solely down to our fantastic service and prices, but is also driven by the huge choice of Domain Names we can offer (over 260 types) and the powerful features we provide free of charge with each registration. As one of the largest and most widely renowned Domain and Hosting companies in the UK, we are making further improvements to our international Domain … Continue reading

.Mobi Landrush begins

The Landrush phase for the .mobi domain has begun, allowing domains to be registered on a first come first serve basis, with no need for trademarks or membership of mobile bodies. The new .mobi domain is designed specifically for anyone producing content to be accessed from a mobile internet device. As more and more of us use our mobile phones and PDAs to access information on the move, the .mobi domain is a perfect way to ensure your business information can be accessed on demand. Whether or not you intend to develop mobile content immediately, registering your .mobi Domain Name … Continue reading

Award Winning Broadband!

Our fantastic new range of Broadband packages has recently won PC Advisor’s ‘Best Buy’ and ‘Customer Satisfaction’ awards. The survey of their readers featured every one of the UK’s ISPs and we are extremely proud to have received these accolades. Our new range has something to suit everyone, from the HomeStart package to HomeMax+, which offers download speeds of up to 8Mbps and a massive 60GB monthly download allowance for only

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