DynDNS Gets Rid Of Free Accounts

DynDNS Gets Rid Of Free Accounts

DynDNS, the awesome service that lets you access your home computers from anywhere, recently announced that it’s getting rid of its free accounts. The most basic account now costs $US25 per year.

You can read more about the change at the blog post below, but the bottom line is that free accounts are going away after 7 May. If you want a free alternative, No IP is still a solid option.

Some routers and devices only support DynDNS, though, and if that’s the case, it’s worth paying the $US25 per year — it’s not that expensive considering what you get. You may also be able to install DD-WRT on your router, which supports No IP.

Check out DynDNS’ blog post below for more info.

Why We Decided To Stop Offering Free Accounts [DynDNS]

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