Domain Name Registrations

SWCP bundles domain name service and registration for an annual fee of $20. You can transfer domains to SWCP for $20 and we will extend your current registration by one year as well as setting up DNS for the domain.

How do I Register a New Domain Name?

Give us a call at 505-232-7992. We can check availablity for you and take your registration request over the phone.

Why register your domains at SWCP?

  • Fast, flexible, accurate:  DNS records are confusing, even for IT professionals, if you don’t deal with them on a daily basis.  We have DNS experts who can help you interpret cryptic DNS requests and make the changes you need quickly and safely, without risking downtime for your web site or email.
  • Renewal tracking: when SWCP is your domain registrar, we track your domain’s renewal schedule and notify you in time to avoid penalties and potentially expensive pitfalls of losing a domain.
  • FREE WHOIS Privacy: the DNS system demands that accurate address and email contact information be associated with each domain registration.  The public nature of WHOIS records has made them a gold mine for spammers and unethical marketers.  We offer FREE WHOIS Privacy for every domain (many registrars charge monthly or yearly for this).  Simply tell us to turn it on when you order.
  • Hassle-free transfers:  If you decide you need or want to transfer your domain to another registrar, we will provide you with the needed authorization codes right away.  No foot-dragging, no “please don’t go” emails, and no arbitrary “transfer locks” to trick you into staying.

SSL Certificates

SWCP offers SSL certificates for your e-commerce applications, mail servers, VPN server appliances, and more. Certificates starting at $95/year.  Our renewal tracking system ensures that your certificate never expires unexpectedly.  See our SSL Certificates page for details.

We can register foreign domains!

Check here for a list of what countries we can now handle, with pricing and restriction information.

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