I have purchased domain names via Blogspot, where the price remains constant at $10 and gets renewed yearly without any change in the price. However the hosting here is free. Not wanting to transfer an existing domain to a new host, I would like to know where I could purchase a domain of which the price would not increase on renewal.
Sure I have come across domain sellers retailing at $0.99 for a domain name. However, there is a statement near the sign-up button indicating that the price may increase on renewal. It could very well be $99.00 for the second year!
Would appreciate your advice on this issue.
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