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when you register a Domain Name you acquire worldwide rights to that Internet address until the expiry date. domain names are potentially very valuable.Xclose
you can "park" a domain on top of an existing domain you are using - for example .net parked on top of .com, however, even if your domain is "spare" it is much more useful to set up a domain on its own - that provides a valuable link to your other sites - it can be done at very low cost with our ›0Cell package. you can manage many of such mini-sites from a single page in your User Zone. other site hosting options are on ›netcells.net/products.
your Domain Names are manages via User Zone > Account > Domains
there you can change settings on any of your domain names, no need to send us email.
if your domain is important to you set it to AutoRenew, the renewal fee is normally added to your yearly bill.
we register most names via domain name wholeseller called ›Joker.com. normally, we administer and renew your domains, there is nothing for you to do, however, you can set up an account with Joker.com to administer your domain names yourself or have someone do that for you.
beware of fraudulent emails asking you to renew names - only communications from NetCells are valid, refer any other communications to us, if in doubt.
remember, you are responsible for keeping your Owner information up to date, under ICANN rules you could lose your name if you don't.