Category : Domains

Generic domains (gTLD, transnational) have three- and multi-letter suffixes. Unlike two-letter (country-code, ccTLD) suffixes, they do not apply to any country. We offer COM, NET, ORG, BIZ, INFO and NAME generic domains. There are no limits on the ownership of the generic domains we offer, anyone can register anything that is free to register. All […]..

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Some Important Information: The change of owner will not bring about any further changes to the domain, the operation of the domain itself will not be affected in any way (the same DNS servers will remain, etc.). Changing the owner will not move the domain to another customer account – this may need to be […]..

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There are no restrictions on the ownership of CZ domains, anyone can register any domain that is available. All registrations and changes take place online, no administration is required. In some cases (unavailable e-mail or owner’s phone) we also offer verification by electronic signature or officially verified signature. When registering a domain or changing its […]..

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EU domains may only be owned by citizens of the European Union, Norway, Iceland or Liechtenstein, or by legal entities domiciled or branched in those countries. Domains can be registered for a period of 1-10 years and extended arbitrarily for up to 10 years. A change in the registrar of an EU domain is paid, […]..

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Due to the entry into force of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), EURid has changed its access to the visible data of the domain owner in the public EU domain WHOIS. Therefore, it is no longer possible to hide and reveal data, but only the necessary ones are displayed as follows: For a natural […]..

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WARNING! It may take up to 48 hours for DNS server changes to fully take effect across the internet. The change may affect some aspects faster than others. It is neccessary to wait patiently. There is a tool in the customer administration that allows you to easily set up different DNS servers for a large […]..

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When you transfer a domain, its registrar changes, i.e. the provider to whom you pay for the registration, operation and renewal of the domain. There is no change of owner or DNS servers. Transfers are free. For domains after expiration, it is necessary to renew the domain for one year at the same time as […]..

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No special demands are placed on the ownership of PL domains (in terms of the owner’s data); anyone can register, regardless of the country. All registrations and changes take place online and automatically, no manual administration is required. When registering and changing the owner, it is necessary to agree to the Domain Name Registration Rules. […]..

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Any natural or legal person from all over the world can become the holder of a SK domain, provided that they have a delivery address in the territory of a Member State of the European Union, in a state forming the European Economic Area or in a member state of the European Free Trade Association. […]..

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