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How to create free hostname without trial DynDns PRO? I search in a whole site, there is no link to create common free hostname without chechout.
Answer by Cry Havok · Nov 21, 2011 at 06:57 AM
Please [see here] - you have to sign up for a trial first, there are no other options at DynDNS any more. : http://www.dyndnscommunity.com/questions/21580/from-dyn-what-happened-to-free-accounts.html
Answer by winter-mark · Nov 21, 2011 at 12:12 PM
Why do you lie and say that there are free options? I went through your charade of putting in Credit Card details for a supposedly free service (after I read that I could cancel at any time and keep 1 free dynamic host). After doing that I found nowhere that I could "cancel" the paid service, I found that I could close the account, which I did, but that deleted the account and did not provide give the promised free service.
Answer by deanince · Dec 02, 2011 at 09:38 AM
"We're sorry that your Dynamic DNS Pro trial hasn't lived up to your expectations. If you'd like, you can keep one of your dynamic DNS hostnames free of charge. You can always purchase full Dynamic DNS Pro service later at any time. Please confirm that you wish to permanently delete the DynDNS Pro service that expires December 31, 2011 from your account. This action cannot be undone. This service is a trial. You cannot resume this trial once it is cancelled, and you are not eligible for a refund or voucher. By clicking Delete, you agree to the following: Yes, I wish to permanently delete this service. Yes, I understand this action cannot be undone and will immediately remove the service from my account. Reason for cancellation: " I would like to keep one of my hostnames as offered but it does not explain how. can you confirm whether, if i take the only option available (delete service), i will keep my hostname registered through this service. i hope i have made this as plain as possible?
Answer by Kumar · Dec 23, 2011 at 03:25 PM
Dyndns, in my opinion, has become a <removed> organization - first they promised a free account and made home router manufacturers to include their domain name as part of the configuration, and then remove the free host option with no notice. Paying $20 is not a big but I am massively pissed of that one of my critical system broke and I didn't even know about it. They have used deceptive business model - any for class action lawsuit.