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July 18, 2016

Join the tech revolution: a 10-year ‘.tech’ domain subscription is now 80 per cent off

by John_A

A tech revolution demands an overhaul of the tried-and-true. We’re all familiar with the .com, .net, .edu, and .gov domain extensions, but a new era has arrived with the .tech domain.

With a nearly endless array of options for prime domain names, you can join the .tech movement with a tech-centric site from Radix, offering a 10-year domain subscription at an impressive 80 per cent off from Pocket-lint Deals.

Don’t get stuck with a .com or, heavens forbid, a .net domain extension when building your tech brand, when you can establish your company in a more specialized manner. Follow in the footsteps of Microsoft (rewards.tech), The Consumer Electronics Show (ces.tech), The Next Web (tnw.tech) and many others with a .tech domain name that categorizes your business properly and reflects your tech expertise.

Your new .tech domain extension will impress users and help establish familiarity and industry respect, as you join industry leaders in embarking on a new standard of domain identification. It’ll make your site stand out, to say the least.

Leading names in the industry are already making serious headway with .tech domain extensions. Now it’s your turn to join the .tech revolution! Pick up a Radix .tech domain, with a 10-year subscription to establish your brand and develop a consistent resource in your area of expertise for only £35.33 ($49.99) from Pocket-lint Deals. Grab the deal now, while it’s still available.

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