Don’t be fooled by transfer your domain to new registrar and get one free year! lol If you read it carefully, you will notice something doesn’t sound right, so look at it closer. What the domain registrar mean to say is, if you have a domain in registrar A and would like to move it to the registrar that offer one free year, the term free for one year make you think an additional year free, so let say 12/21/2012 expire, some people would think they paid for the transfer domain and thinking they will get two years! NO! that’s not the case. The transfer fee is the domain cost or so, they give you one free year, that’s they mean. Still don’t get it? read people from godaddy.com respond for example 🙂
Domain transfers do include one free year of registration to be added to the existing registration. For example; a transfer purchased for a domain due to expire on 12/31/2011 will be extended to 12/31/2012 once successfully transferred.
The initial $7.49 cost of .NET transfers is for the transfer request itself. You can also request additional years to be added for the same cost as the transfer request for each additional year. So if you wanted 2 years added to a transfer due to expire 12/31/2011, it would be $7.49 for the transfer with 1 free year and an additional $7.49 for the second year (IE. .NET Transfer (1 Yr FREE + 1 Add’l) for $14.98) making the new expiration 12/31/2013.