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I Want to register a Domain from xxxx company for 1 year after that i wanted to shift that domain from xxxx company to yyyy company because of its lowest rates.
So xxxx company will hold my domain name or release that for me to register the same with another company.
For example i got yahooo.com in godaddy.com for 1 year. Immediately after popularity i want to shift the domain name yahooo.com to some other domain registration company for low price (for example). I dont want to loose the yahooo.com because my customers are good going with that name.
So godaddy will hold the domain name or it will release for me to register in some other company. If so what is the best practice to register the domain.
When you register with the new domain registration company they will have options for transferring your domain from company x to their company (y). I purchase domain names through namecheap.com and 1and1.com and they both have this feature.