|DOMAIN NAME||REGISTRATION COST/YEAR||RENEWAL COST/YEAR||TRANSFER COST||REGISTRATION PERIOD||GRACE PERIOD||REDEMPTION PERIOD|
|COM||£10||£10||£10||1-10 yrs||15 days||90 days|
|ORG||£10||£10||£10||1-10 yrs||15 days||90 days|
|BIZ||£10||£10||£10||1-10 yrs||15 days||90 days|
|AERO||£10||£10||£10||1-10 yrs||15 days||90 days|
|AC||£10||£10||£10||1-10 yrs||15 days||90 days|
|IO||£10||£10||£10||1-10 yrs||15 days||90 days|
|CLUB||£10||£10||£10||1-10 yrs||15 days||90 days|
|IS||£10||£10||£10||1-10 yrs||15 days||90 days|
|US||£10||£10||£10||1-10 yrs||15 days||90 days|
|EDU||£10||£10||£10||1-10 yrs||15 days||90 days|
|ROCKS||£10||£10||£10||1-10 yrs||15 days||90 days|
|FUND||£10||£10||£10||1-10 yrs||15 days||90 days|
|CASH||£10||£10||£10||1-10 yrs||15 days||90 days|
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DNS is an abbreviation for Domain Name System, a system for naming computers and network services that is organized into a hierarchy of domains. DNSnaming is used in TCP/IP networks, such as the Internet, to locate computers and services through user-friendly names.
There are several steps after your domain expires to safeguard you from losing any domains you want to keep. Approximately 30 days prior to the domain expiration date, we begin sending reminders to you by email to the email address you listed with us.
Yes. You can register domain names before you find a hosting provider, and, in fact, you are not required to host a domain name.
When you register a domain name with us, we automatically park it. A temporary, parked page displays when visitors type the domain name into their browser’s address bar. The parked page indicates you are reserving the site.
A country code top-level domain (ccTLD) is an Internet top-level domain generally used or reserved for a country, sovereign state, or dependent territory identified with a country code. All ASCII ccTLD identifiers are two letters long, and all two-letter top-level domains are ccTLDs.
A registrar may legitimately deny a transfer request in certain limited circumstances, as follows:
Registrars are required to specify a reason when denying a transfer request. Contact either the current registrar or the registrar you wish to transfer to for assistance.
Yes. Registrars are allowed to set their own prices for this service.