We offer domain reseller and cpanel web hosting. You would have ability to manage your website by yourself and create emails. To get a domain and hosting, the cost is N9,000 (or $25) per year. Two ways to work with us (Method A preferred) are as follows:
- You can pay via Paypal here ($25) or do bank transfer (Nigeria) into any of these accounts for N9,000.
- Click our domain reseller portal to find available domain [ignore the cost, just find available domain name for your use. Our above pricing which also includes hosting is for .com, .biz, .org and .net. You can get other extensions for extra payment. Email our team if interested. ]
- Once done, email [email protected] with evidence of payment and the domain name you want
- Team will register the domain and setup the hosting. Your cpanel password would be emailed. It takes typically one hour to complete this.
- Visit our domain reseller portal and find a domain of interest
- Click to Checkout [Ignore the request to buy a Cloud Hosting Package by clicking No Thanks…]
- Register on the portal [for new customers] or login [for returning customers]
- On the Payment options:
- Fasmicro nativePay is to send N9000 through bank transfer. Clicking it takes you to http://fasmicro.com/bank where you can find information on our bank details to make a transfer or use our site startcrunch.com to pay via GTPay or Interswitch.
- PayPal Standard is to complete the payment via PayPal [the price may adjust as it is dynamic. Yourecommend you use this link to pay $25 via PayPal.]
- Offline Payment: clicking that places the order. You would be asked to contact us to make the payment
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