Before the end of November, 2014, you can buy a .com domain name in Nigeria for N499 (which is approx $3), if you order for it at domainKing website.
The site offers FREE DNS service, thereby making it very easy for Blogspot users to use any domain name purchased from the site as a custom domain for their Blogger/Blogspot blogs. They can also create 2 email ids (eg firstname.lastname@example.org) with the Free Email service which is offered with every domain.
DomainKing is also offering free whois protection with every domain for which most domain name sellers in Nigeria are not offering for free. With this, the personal information you provide while registering your domain name is hidden from spammers online who use whois details to spam people.
DK accepts wide range of payment methods like: Voguepay (Interswitch/Debit Cards), Cash Envoy, Perfect Money, Payza, Egopay, Webmoney to make it easy for Businesses, Bloggers, Designers, Individuals in Nigeria, Rest of Africa to buy Domains, Web hosting & other online services from anywhere.
There is also DomainKing affiliate program, that lets you earn up to 30% commission when friends you refer to the site order for their hosting products.
You can engage with Domain King on their social media channels (Facebook, Nairaland), post feedbacks, see their latest offers and also participate in free giveaways.
For you to get the discounts, you have to apply the coupons below while ordering from the cart at DomainKing site.
==> .COM at N499 ($3): DKNGCOM499
==> 10% Discount on all Hosting Products: DKNG10OFF
Note: This coupon applies to your 1st order with domainKing. Regular price for .com is N999 for 1st year for subsequent .com domain registrations.
If you are a blogger, website designer in Nigeria, try and take advantage of this offer till it lasts.
I have grabbed mine for N499 during the week and successfully created my free custom domain email address at the site. I paid with my Voguepay account.
You can avail this offer at: http://www.domainking.ng/com-domain-offer/
What's your take on this?