Transfer your domains to Easyspace and take advantage of free web hosting worth £3.99 pm
Transferring your domain names to Easyspace is simple. To start the transfer process, simply complete the form below. There is no limit to the number of domains you can transfer at any one time.
That's correct, ALL domains transferred to Easyspace (through this promotion page) now receive 1 year FREE Web Hosting worth £3.99 pm. That means you could transfer your domain and website to Easyspace and have them hosted for 1 year without paying a single penny.
The free web hosting package given away with domain transfers is our StarterPlus hosting package. This means for each domain that you transfer, you'll receive:
Easyspace allows existing and new customers to transfer domains in free. Consolidate your domains under one account today and take advantage of the benefits that all other Easyspace domain customers receive every day.
If you're new to Easyspace and don't yet have an account, follow our simple domain transfer process above.
*Please note: There are no transfer fees applied when transferring your domain from another registrar to Easyspace. However, when transferring TLDs (.com, .net, .org, .info, .biz) and certain other extensions the domain will automatically be renewed for an additional year at the current rates for those domains. View the domain price list for more details on pricing.
Click here to view full transfer Terms and Conditions.
Click on one for the links below to find out how to transfer your domain names to Easyspace.
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