NIASM delivers over fifty top–level domain extensions to pick from! Still, ahead of deciding with which domain you intend to go, it is advisable to first look into the TLD information table. It will supply you with specifics of the registration period of every single TLD along with the options it has, such as a registrar–lock option, a transfer service, an Edit Whois functionality, WHOIS Privacy Protection, and many more. By result of this, should the domain you intend to register cannot be transferred to another registrar, for instance, you may want to opt for a TLD that could be transferred away, if you aren’t completely satisfied the services of your current registrar.
Registrar–Lock Option - It’s possible to lock your domain name with your present registrar! If a domain is actually locked, all the incoming domain transfer inquiries are straight away declined. In such a way, you can actually protect yourself from stealing your domain!
Quick Domain Transfer - The successful transfer of your own domain to our registrar is going to put one more year to the latest date of expiration! Before starting a transfer, verify that the TLD of your respective domain needs an EPP (Extensible Provisioning Protocol) authorization key. In such a case, speak to your current registrar before the transfer process is started. Not like certain vendors, we don’t demand added costs for domain transfer. You are going to be billed the common registration rate.
Edit WHOIS Info - If you desire to update the registration info about your domain, you can do it via the Edit WHOIS section inside the Domain Manager.
Whois Privacy Protection - You can conceal any sensitive information submitted to the Whois of one’s domain at a low cost when using the WHOIS Privacy Protection service from !
Domain Registration Period - The minimum registration period of a Top–Level Domain (TLD) will depend on its registry policies. The majority of TLDs such as .com and .net can be registered only for 1–10 years, however domains such as .com.au are available for a 2–year registration period purely.
Default Registration Period - The majority of the top–level domains support a lowest registration period of 1 year.
Notes - Below you can get familiar with the specific demands for the various TLDs, in case there are such.
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- When you are thinking which TLD is the best for you, view all our prices and choose the one which best fits your budget!
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- NIASM features a collection of 50 plus TLDs. Discover more information on each individual TLD and find out if they have any particular requirements.
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