Domain Name Registration
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Get Started with a domain name.
All starts with a domain name. Address for the internet where people can come to visit your hosted website. Choose from classic domain endings, such as .com and .net, or explore country base extension ending with .ca and .us or new domain endings, like .club and .guru.
Use your imagination to choose a domain name that represents your brand and helps you stand out on the web!
Following information needed for domain name registration.
- The desired domain name
- The name and contact information (including email address, physical address and contact phone number) for the domain's registrant, administrative and billing contacts.
- The desired domain registration term
- Payment information
Once you have provided us with all these information, We will then initiate the domain name registration process for you.
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Also get free domain name registration with hosting annual plan signup. (Valid for .com, .net, .org, .ca, .us)
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is a domain name?
A domain name is a unique web address on the Internet, like www.abc.com. when you register a domain name it becomes your property.
What is a domain extension?
Domain extensions are the letters that appear after your domain name. For instance, in www.abc.com, .com is the extension. There are several to choose from e.g .com, .info, .net, .ca, .mobi, guru and so on.
What are the new gTLDs?
Generic top-level domains, or gTLDs, are the most well known of the domain extensions available on the Internet. They include familiar extensions such as .com, .net, .info, .org, etc. Some of these new gTLDs include .academy, .buzz, .club, .me, and many more.
What are ccTLDs?
Country code top-level domains, or ccTLDs, are domain extensions that are specific to a particular area or country. Some examples of ccTLDs include: .ca (Canada), .eu (European Union), .de (Germany), .uk (United Kingdom), .hk (Hong Kong) and many more.