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We can register your domain name at the very low price of:

Years of
Registration
Domain ending by
.com or.org or .net
Per Year Domain ending by
.cc
Per Year
1 $14.95 $14.95 $58.95 $58.95
2 $28.70 $14.35 $116.70 $58.35
3 $41.25 $13.75 $173.25 $57.75
4 $52.60 $13.15 $228.60 $57.15
5 $62.75 $12.55 $282.75 $56.55
6 $71.70 $11.95 $335.70 $55.95
7 $79.45 $11.35 $387.45 $55.35
8 $86.00 $10.75 $438.00 $54.75
9 $91.35 $10.15 $487.35 $54.15
10 $95.50 $9.55 $535.50 $53.55


Frequently asked questions about domain names.


What is a Domain Name?
Can I register any domain name I want?
What if my domain name is taken?
What do .com, .net and .org stand for?
How do domain names work?
What is a Name Server?
How can I transfer my domain name for 10 years instead of 1 year?
My domain name is about to expire, can I still transfer it?
Can I modify my domain name information after it's registered?
What if I have a dispute?
What if someone has my trademark registered?
Domain Glossary
 
What is a Domain Name?
  A domain name is your web address. When someone types your domain name into a web browser, your web pages will open. Behind the scenes, the domain name is actually pointing to a physical location- a server- that holds your web page files.
 
Can I register any domain name I want?
  You may register any domain name you want, up to a point. Your domain name must be unique because it is an address that can point only to your web site. Additionally, you cannot register a domain name that is trademarked by another company or is so similar to a trademark that it is confusing or easily mistaken for the trademark. Recent disputes with ICANN have made it clear that a domain name registered in bad faith or with no legitimate interests in the domain name will result in a dispute.
 
What if my domain name is taken?
  If your domain name is taken, you must register another domain name. Each domain name must be unique. You may want to check for variations of your domain name. For example, if you wanted "www.myweb.com", you may want to see if "myweb.net" or "myweb.org" are available. Variations of the spelling or word order may help you choose a new domain name.
 
What do .com, .net and .org stand for?
  .com represents companies or for profit organizations, it is also the most common extension for domain names. Most personal web sites also use this extension.
.net generally represents Internet Service Providers.
.org represents non-profit organizations or groups.
Though these are general guidelines, you may use any of these extensions when registering a domain name. If you want to be sure no one else can benefit from your domain name, it's a good idea to register all three variations of your domain name.
 
How do domain names work?
  A domain name is very similar to an address forwarding service. The domain is the address that people type in their web browser. The domain then points to the "real" address that contains your web site. The "real" address is the address of your location on the server that contains your web site files and is called the IP address. The reason the IP address is not used is because it is a series of numbers. For most, this would be very difficult to remember. Instead, a domain name, made up of letters and words is used.
 
What is a Name Server?
  A name server is a computer that contains a list of domain names and the associated IP addresses. When a domain name is typed in a web browser, the Name Server associates that with the IP address and the correct web site opens in the web browser.
  You can perform a "Whois'. If you select a domain name that is already taken, a link to the "Whois" function will appear. You will then be able to look up the contact details of that domain owner.
 
How can I transfer my domain name for 10 years instead of 1 year?
  Unfortunately, you can only transfer your domain name(s) for a one year period. Once the transfer is complete, you may renew your domain(s) up to a maximum of ten years per domain name.
 
My domain name is about to expire, can I still transfer it?
  No, most domain names cannot be transferred around their expiration period. They will not be released by the current/losing registrar.
 
Can I modify my domain name information after it's registered?
  You can modify your domain name information at any time after your domain is registered.
 
What if I have a dispute?
  You can dispute any claim to a domain name through the dispute process. You must have some valid claim over the domain name in dispute.
 
What if someone has my trademark registered?
  If you can prove this is your trademark, you may be able to bring a dispute against the registrant.
 
Domain Glossary
 
Administrative Contact
The contact responsible for any administrative issues pertaining to the account. Any administrative changes to the domain must be approved by the Administrative Contact.


Billing Contact
The contact responsible for all billing information relating to the domain name. This person will also receive any invoices, charges or billing questions related to the domain name.


Name Server
The computer that organizes domain names to correspond to their IP addresses.


Registrant
The contact that registers a domain name. Once the domain name is registered, the registrant can use the domain name for the period of time the domain was registered.


Renewal of Domain Name
To continue the registration of the domain name after the original expiration date.


Technical Contact
This is the contact responsible for providing technical information, such as the Name Server. This person will be contacted for any questions of a technical nature.


Top-Level Domain
The section of the domain name that appears after the ".", i.e. the ".com" in noatak.com.


Whois
A function that allows you to look up the contact details of a domain name.
 


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