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||£14.00||£28.00||£42.00||£56.00||£70.00||£84.00||£98.00||£112.00||£126.00||£140.00|
|.NET with hosting||£12.08||£26.08||£40.08||£54.08||£68.08||£82.08||£96.08||£110.08||£124.08||£138.08|
|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 .NET universal top-level domain extension was first set up in 1985, together with the first domain name extensions on the web, it was planned to be used by Internet Service Providers or infrastructure establishments. In view of the fact that there were no particular restrictions about the usage of the top-level domain extension, though, dot NET domains were obtained and used for different purposes and by numerous people. This TLD is a great substitute of dot COM, particularly if the necessary domain with the latter domain extension is not free for registration.
Buying a .NET domain with our firm is as easy as ABC and takes merely a couple of minutes, since we work with an ICANN-certified registrar company. You can book such a domain for an interval between one and ten years, or, if you already own a domain, you can move it over to our firm and we will renew it when the transfer process is finished. Transfers are possible for all domains, which are at least sixty days old, provided that they are unlocked and that you have received an EPP transfer key – security measures set up by the Registry organization to prevent unauthorized transfers. You can easily correct the WHOIS contact details of the domain through your Control Panel tool, or, if you wouldn't like this info to be visible at all, you can purchase a Whois Privacy Protection service, so no one will be able to check your true contact information.
The dot NET top-level domain extension supports internationalized names, so you can choose if you want to focus on a particular country or region using a domain name in the local language, or the global Internet community – using a generic English name.