Domain Pricing Changes

Company News/ 15th Aug 2016/Chris James

We will soon be rolling out some pricing changes to our domain name services with some extensions getting a decrease in price but others unfortunately being increased.

During our 15 year history we have never increased our domain pricing and instead have had two significant reductions in 2005 where .com’s went from £14 to £12 and in 2011 where .com’s when from £12 to £10.  Since this time, year on year we have seen our costs increase slightly which we have always absorbed.  We’re now approaching the point where some domain types are being provided at a loss so we need to pass on some of our cost increases over the years to our clients.

The pricing changes are as follows:

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For those with domains getting a price increase we can only apologise for this.  We will be reviewing our domain pricing on an annual basis from this point to make sure we pass on any reductions from our suppliers and decide whether any increases can be absorbed all with suitable notice periods.

These domain price changes will be applied on 30th September 2016.  If you wish to register/renew any domains before this date, the current pricing will remain in place.

Finally, within this review of our domain name services we will be adding 450+ new domain extensions.  More news on that will be sent out when they go live.

Hailing from Preston, Chris is the company founder and has always had an interest in computers, particularly internet technology. When not working he spends time with his family which is never quiet with a 3 year old running around!
We have a very strong team here at Clook and we build on everyone's strengths and weaknesses, you have to be able to make a good brew too!

Chris James

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