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yes you can do that. But they check how many times the dns names gets a lookup. and it thats to low, you get a mail to see if you still want it active. If you don't click the link keep active the dns will be removed the next month it checks.

So its a pretty good system but not if you only use the dns a few times a year.

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yes you can do that. But they check how many times the dns names gets a lookup. and it thats to low, you get a mail to see if you still want it active. If you don't click the link keep active the dns will be removed the next month it checks.

So its a pretty good system but not if you only use the dns a few times a year.

DynDns was the exact same way for the free accounts. You would recieve an email about 5 days before the end of the month asking if you would like to keep your hostnames active for the next month. So not really any different from No-IP, except No-IP allows 5 hostnames on the free accounts instead of DynDns' 2 hostnames for a free account. :D

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