Webfusion Domain Registration: Review & Summary
Webfusion began operating in 1997 and was a pioneer in the UK web hosting industry. It now has over a million customers and runs one of the most extensive communications networks in the UK. The company is highly experienced in all aspects of registering domains and running a successful and extremely reliable web hosting business, so you can be assured you are with the experts in the field. Webfusion is also a tier 1 network provider, which means the company has access to virtually unlimited bandwidth.
Webfusion offers a large range of domain extensions at excellent prices, so you can afford to register all the domains you need, or think you may need. The fees are exceptionally reasonable, but you must register your domain for two years. All webfusion hosting packages include a free .uk domain registration, but you can also use your own domain with the hosting packages.
To register your domain, simply select Domains from the menu and enter the name you want in the search box. Webfusion will then search for all the possible extensions of the name, and displays a table showing you which are taken, and which are available, along with the annual cost. You can refine the search by selecting only to search for all top-level-domains or just one extension. Once you’ve selected the domain(s) you want, select the hosting account and all the configuration will be done for you.
If your domain name is registered elsewhere you can transfer your existing domain to Webfusion to take advantage of their domain management options and low renewal prices. Transferring an existing domain is a simple process that takes only a short time to complete.
There is an extensive list of helpful articles and step-by-step guides to help you get started with Webfusion, but as you would expect, around-the-clock support is also available via the website and telephone.
Webfusion is part of Webfusion Ltd., which is based in Uxbridge in England. Other brands making up Webfusion Ltd include 123-reg, Donhost and SupaNames.