Dot NET Pricing
|TLD||1 Year||2 years||3 years||4 years||5 years||6 years||7 years||8 years||9 years||10 years|
|Sole .NET registration||£8.18||£16.36||£24.54||£32.72||£40.90||£49.08||£57.26||£65.44||£73.62||£81.80|
|.NET with hosting||FREE||£8.18||£16.36||£24.54||£32.72||£40.90||£49.08||£57.26||£65.44||£73.62|
|TLD||Registrar-Lock||Transfers||Edit WHOIS||ID Protect||Registration Period|
|.NET||yes||yes (EPP)||yes||yes||1-10 years|
Dot NET Domain Names
When the Dot NET universal domain extension was initially started in 1985, together with the first domain name extensions on the Internet, it was supposed to be used by Internet Service Providers or infrastructure establishments. As there were no particular stipulations about the usage of the top-level domain, though, .NET domains were booked and used for different purposes and by quite a few people. This extension is an ideal alternative to dot COM, particularly if the necessary domain with the latter domain extension is not available for registration.
Buying a .NET domain name with our company is as easy as a breeze and takes merely a couple of minutes, given that we are partners with an ICANN-certified registrar company. You can grab such a domain for an interval between 1 and 10 years, or, if you already possess a domain, you can transfer it to our firm and we will renew it as soon as the transfer process is finalized. Transfers are possible for all domains, which are at least 60 days old, given that they are unlocked and that you have an EPP transfer authorization key – security measures established by the dot NET Registry organization to prevent unauthorized transfers. You can easily update the WHOIS contact information of the domain through your Control Panel tool, or, if you wouldn't like this info to be visible at all, you can add a WHOIS protection service, so nobody will be able to see your true contact information.
The .NET top-level domain extension supports internationalized names, so you can select if you want to target a certain country or territory using a domain name in the native language, or the global Internet community – using a generic English name.