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MilesWeb, based in India, is a leading web hosting provider and a trusted domain registrar in the entire web hosting industry. We thrive to provide ideally designed customized web hosting solutions and top-level domain name registration services to customers globally. Our offerings include all the essential tools and solutions your business needs to establish an online presence in the competitive edge with world-class technology, high uptime, and the most reliable technical support at an affordable price. We always aim to meet every business need of clients and deliver services above and beyond their expectations.

Get World’s no.1 .COM Domain Now at the Best Price of Rs.99*.

MilesWeb is offering a decent discount on registration of the world’s no.1, top-level domain .COM.

Below are the domain offer details:

.COM Domain:

World’s no.1 .COM domain can be registered at an affordable price of Rs.99* for the first year.

The Domain Registration Period:

  • 1 Year
  • 2 Years
  • 3 Years
Below are the plan registration details:

    1-Year Registration:
Get a 1-year subscription at Rs.850.
Price after Discount: Rs.850 - Buy Now

  • 2 Years Registration:
Get a 1-year subscription at Rs.99* and 2nd year subscription at Rs.1100.
Price after Discount: Rs.1199 - Buy Now

  • 3 Years Registration:
Get a 1-year subscription at Rs.99* with a 2nd and 3rd year subscription at Rs.950.
Price after Discount: Rs.1999 - Buy Now

The offer is applicable when the domain is purchased for two or three years. Renewal would be at the same cost.

For more details on .COM Domain Offer visit:
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