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Domain Central is an Australian Domain name registrar, web host, and managed services provider.

Established in 2003, Domain Central entered the market as an Australian registrar of domain names and a web host.

Domain Central ranked second in the Internet category, and sixth place overall in the Australian 2007 Deloitte Technology [1] Fast 50 awards, achieving 1,055% revenue growth over the last three years [2]. The company also ranked sixth in the Internet category, and 41st place overall in the Asia Pacific 2007 Deloitte Technology Fast 500 awards.

The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 ranks the 50 fastest growing technology companies, public or private, based on percentage revenue growth over three years (2005–2007) and includes all related industry sectors: communications; software; semiconductors, components and electronics; life sciences; Internet; and computer peripherals.

One of the most successful strategies that helped the company achieve success has been the introduction of true 24/7 customer support via live chat. This highlights an interesting behaviour with consumers on the Internet; that despite searching for the cheapest price available for the commodity they are seeking, an Internet consumer will demand good support and expect high availability of the support services.[citation needed]


Customer Reviews

HostJury [3]

ComputerAid [4]

Host Spy [5] [6]

Media references

1. Adam Strong, "Domain Registrar DomainCentral wins Australian 2007 Deloitte Technology Fast 50", DomainNameNews [7], 28 November 2007.

2. Domains Magazine [8], "Domain Central Slashes TLD Prices", 21 April, 2006

3. Kristyn Maslog-Levis ".au domain prices drop as war begins", ZDNet Australia [9], 10 March 2005.

Company press releases

Melbourne, November 27, 2007 -- Domain Central wins Australian 2007 Deloitte Technology Fast 50 award, achieving 1,055% per cent revenue growth over the last three years.

Melbourne, December 8, 2005 -- Domain Central Drops the Price for Top Level Domains by Almost 50 Percent

Melbourne, October 26, 2005 --, an auDA accredited registrar has crashed through the AUD $40 barrier and is selling and domains at just $38/2-years.

Melbourne, March 9, 2005 -- Australian Domain Price War: The Gloves are off and Domain Prices Have Crashed in 2005


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