Renewal of Domains & Services
Renew your domain (or Additional services) it's quick and easy: you no longer need to remember your own expiry dates! We will do it for you, sending you an e-mail to warn you that your domain/service is expiring.
If you do not wish to renew your domain just let the subscription expire automatically!
If you decide to renew your domain, for another year, you just have to:
As you can see, you are free to decide whether to confirm the registration or not, without any signed letter or boring and waste-timing procedure.
The renewal request for an expired domain can be accepted only if the domain will
be renewed for 2 or more years.
For domains that are registered under TLDS .com, .net, .org, .info the following renewal and deletion policy clauses will apply. We will send email communications to alert you that your domain name registration service will expire on a certain date. We will send 10 remiders starting 60 days prior to expiration. If you do not renew the domain name registration by the expiration date, the domain name registration is subject to deletion at any time after that. In an effort to help you avoid unintentional deletion of your domain name registration, we may, but are not obligated to, provide you with a "grace period" after the domain name registration services expiration date (a "grace period" begins on the day after the date of expiration). Our Registrar provide a minimum grace period that extends 8 days past the expiration date, to allow the renewal of the domain name registration service. During this grace period you can renew the domain name registration. We recommend that if you intend to renew a domain name registration you should do so in advance of the expiration date to avoid any unintended domain name interruption. After the grace period the domains DNS (Domain Name System) resolution path will be interrupted for 8 days. Our Registrar redirect all web traffic to a web page that conspicuously indicate that the domain name registration has expired and will provide renewal instructions. During this DNS Interruption you will be able to renew the expired domain name. ( Fees to renew the domain during the DNS Interruption are detailed below). Upon renewal of the domain registration we will restore the DNS (Domain Name System) resolution path to its previous setting as soon as is commercially reasonable. If an expired domain name registration is not renewed within the 8 days of DNS interruption, pursuant to our terms, the domain name registration will be deleted. Registry Operators may provide registrars with the ability to "redeem" a deleted domain name registration, called Redemption Grace Period (RGP) and we, in turn, provide you with an ability to redeem a particular domain name registration. Registry Operators may provide an RGP for 30 days from the date of deletion. When we provide the redemption service to you, we charge a fee (detailed below) to redeem and renew a domain name registration during the RGP. If the domain name registration is not redeemed by the expiration of the RGP, it is then placed on "Pending Delete" status for five additional days, after which it is deleted and the domain name character string is then once again available for registration. Redemption Fees The cost to redeem, restore and renew the domain for 2 year is . 160.00 DNS Interruption Fees The cost to redeem, restore and renew the domain for 2 year is . 130.00
Frequently Asked Questions about renewals: