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Transfer of Domain...

I Already have registered the domain need to know how do I transfer it...?

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why the transfer?

You have to do the transfer with the registrar you have it at, and the one you want to move it to. If you want to host it at another provider, you don't need to transfer the domain name from the registrar. You can even run your own server at home and use Dynamic DNS and be your own provider even though the domain is at a registrar.

Is it to save a couple dollars on yearly registration fee?

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Here are some steps involving transfer of domain!!

Advise your administrative contact that you are transferring the domain name, and verify that your administrative contact information is valid. ...
If applicable, cancel your Protected Registration or DBP Private Registration. ...
Unlock your domain name.

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