Domain names caught by a SnapNames registrar will be managed by Network Solutions (.COM renewals at $9.59)

SnapNames announced today that all domain names that are acquired at SnapNames, through a SnapNames registrar credential, will now be managed through the Network Solutions interface. Snapnames and Network Solutions are sister companies, both owned by

Network Solutions will offer a low renewal price of just $9.59 for .COM domains purchased at SnapNames.

Here is the announcement:

We are pleased to announce that starting today domain names acquired at SnapNames®, through a SnapNames credential, will now be managed through the Network Solutions interface (our sister company, also owned by

As the first domain registrar, Network Solutions brings over 30 years of experience helping companies thrive in an increasingly digital world by providing outstanding tools and resources designed to help you start, grow and manage your businesses online.

As a special thanks to you, our valued customers, you can continue to enjoy discounted pricing at Network Solutions for annual renewals, privacy and website forwarding. Your discounted pricing for these products has already been updated and will be reflected in your shopping cart before you checkout. For .COM domains purchased at SnapNames, you will currently receive a low renewal price of just $9.59!

To quickly identify the registrar of record for purchased domains refer to your SnapNames confirmation email. Once your purchased domain is ready to manage, you will receive an email from Network Solutions containing your acquired domain name and account information.

Our support team is available to assist you with Network Solutions account questions 24/7, please visit the Customer Service Center at or call 1-888-642-0291.

For questions and assistance with your SnapNames account, please find support contact information at or call 1-866-690-6279.

Once again, thank you for choosing SnapNames. We are committed to providing you with the best solutions, services and support to help you succeed online.

The SnapNames® Team


About Konstantinos Zournas

Konstantinos studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London and lives in Athens, Greece. He loves domains and building websites. He is online since 1995, learned about html in 1996 and got into domains in 2002. He started the blog in 2012.


  1. Even in this case where is the antitrust?!?!
    Where are all the lawyers that populate the domaining industry?!?
    A single company can not have shares in both the auction houses having a monopoly on backorders? We know their monopoly is absolutely real, not even de facto, which anyway would be enough to stop owning shares of both those companies
    They will do every type of tricks, starting from preventing you transferring away domains you catched through namejet and snapnames. Lot of tricks will come….
    Networksolutions and are already scammers when you try to trasnfer out domains. Enom does the same. And now they will become even worse

    Again: where is ICANN?!? Waht a shit of institution became that organization in the last years?

    • “Networksolutions and are already scammers when you try to trasnfer out domains. Enom does the same. And now they will become even worse”

      could you please explain that a little bit more
      thanks for the comment

  2. “A single company can not have shares in both the auction houses having a monopoly on backorders!”

    Sorry, of course I wanted to write an exclamation mark, not a question mark.

  3. Yes, they send you immediately the autchcode, but the little unknown registrars where it seems your catched domains are kept will not approve the transfer promptly or will not approve it at all, trying to let the time pass so thet you will be forced to pay renewal fess 5 time higher than the average price

  4. Network solutions and register are well known to do many tricks: they often force registrants to call them to transfer out their domains. The web is is full of complaints about Networksolutions and
    Anyway everyone can understand they are not transparent even going through the buying process. The last time I did it I noticed immediately there weren’t the prices clearly indicated before you agree to purchase etc.

  5. I am dealing with this BS now. Lost a domain at NS and they immediately sent it to SN where it is backordered. They are trying to get as much money as they can by bidding themselves on the domain because they know I want it. They can bid as high as they want. They straight out said $300… Since they are just moving money around from bank account to bank account there is no loss of them. Only a win win situation.

    This should not be allowed. Legal action should be taken as this is clearly a monopoly here. Domain names are a companies core.

    What I am dealing with trying to get the domain back feels very ghetto mafioso. Shady to say the least.

    • What do you mean lost? You forgot to renew?
      If the domain is any good then I don’t anyone from SN or NS is bidding you up.
      How many bidders are in the auction?

      What do you mean by “They straight out said $300”.

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