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I'm currently looking to register the Taiwanese version of my company's domain. Dynadot, doesn't register domains with that extension. I found a few places on the web: Godaddy has them, and a fewer smaller, shadier places claim to have them, but they start at $39.99/year which seems a bit outrageous. Has anyone found a more affordable, reliable registration company for .tw domains?

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$39.99/year which seems a bit outrageous - try registering a .com.au! – Mark Henderson Dec 9 '10 at 3:24

The .tw domain is quite expensive. You won't probably be able to buy a .tw domain for less that 40$/year.

The only provider I found cheaper than GoDaddy and equally famous is name.com. You can buy a .tw domain for 34$.

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101domain has it for $33/year ($30/year if you register for 10 years). Seems like the official registrars have jacked up the prices to about $30/year. You could try your hand at registering from them directly, but aside from most being in Chinese only their websites seem exceptionally incompetently designed. – Lèse majesté Feb 6 '11 at 21:31

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