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I just bought a domain from yahoo and realized that I can't opt out of its auto renewal.

Now, I want to migrate my domain name to any other service provider, which doesn't charge me for the first year(for which I have already paid).

Is it possible with Google Apps?

If yes, how?

If no, then what are the options I have?

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closed as off topic by Mark Henderson Jan 13 '12 at 4:47

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You can transfer your domain name to another registrar, but you will have to pay a fee, which will extend your registration period by another year.

Google Apps offers the possibility to register a domain name to use their services with but they do this partnered with GoDaddy, as GA isn't a registrar.

I'd really recommend going with NameCheap on this one. Easy to use service and great pricing.

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