Domain Registrations

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  • Register

    You can easly register a domain names, please type your desired domains name into the above search box, if it's available, we'll let you know. Click Here to registration.

  • Transfer

    To initiate a transfer you will need to obtain the authorization code from your current registrar. These can often be referred to as either the EPP code or auth code. They act as a password and are unique to the domain name." Click Here to transfer.

  • Manage

    You can easly manage all of your domains click Domain Control Panel.

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  • How do I renew my domains?

    You can manually renew domains and recover recently canceled domains in your account. You also have the option to review the cost of renewal prior to checking out. If your domain has already expired, you can attempt to recover it.

  • Do I need a domain name to have a website?

    To build a website you will need both a domain name and web hosting account. Buying a domain name alone only gives you right to use that particular domain name for a specific period (usually 1 year). You need web hosting to store your website's files. You can also buy both the domain and hosting from the same company.

  • How do I register a domain name?

    Anyone can buy a domain name. To do so, please you visit Register a New Domain page and type your desired domains name into the search box, if it's available, add to cert and pay the fees, when we received a payment, we'll register the domains on behalf of you.

  • What are top-level domains (TLD) and country code top-level domains (ccTLD)?

    A Country Code Top-Level Domain (ccTLD) is a two-letter Internet top-level domains (TLDs) specifically designated for a particular country, sovereign state or autonomous territory for use to service their community. ccTLDs are derived from ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 country codes.

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