I've been using GoDaddy to manage about 50 domain names for a few years, but recently decided to move (probably to namecheap) because of the elephant killing incident.

One GoDaddy's feature I like a lot is Consolidate, which allows you to change the expiration date of domain names for a small fee. I've searched for a while but didn't find any other registrar that provides this feature. Does anyone know if there's a registrar that allows you to change the expiration date of domains? Thanks!

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Dotster has this option: http://www.dotster.com/domain/sync.php


Name.com has also Domain Expiration Sync service that allow changing expiration date for .com and .net extensions.

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