Domain Manager

Domain Name Registration

Domain Check

How to search for a domain name: 1. Type in the name of your site in the empty field; 2. Select the desired domain extension (TLD); 3. Click on the "Check" button to see if your domain is available;

* If you wish to host or park your domain, please set our DNSes:,,,

Tld RM Tld RM Tld RM
.com .site .nl
.net .online .fr
.org .website .fun
.info .space .press
.biz .es .be
.us .tech
.uk .store .de .cn
.eu .it

* All prices are for one year billing cycle.

Tld RM Tld RM Tld RM
.com 30 .site .nl
.net 48 .online .fr
.org 48 .website .fun
.info 48 .space .press
.biz 48 .es .be
.us .tech
.uk .store .de .cn
.eu .it

* All prices are for one year billing cycle.

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  • A time period of one year in the first year or new registration is the mandatory default option for all domains. You can choose extra time period for your domain registration of up to 10 years during the renewal process in the control panel.
  • If you want to TRANSFER your domain to us, please search your domain name in the form and select transfer to proceed. Please make sure you own or are authorized to transfer the domain.


Before transferring your domain name, there are some considerations you should be aware of. This includes:

  • When you transfer a domain the name servers for the domain will not be changed. This is a good thing if your domain is already hosted by a DNS provider that you use and trust. On the other hand, if you are using your registrar’s name servers then you should switch to DNSimple’s name servers before you start your transfer because they will likely turn off your DNS records either during the transfer process or shortly after the transfer completes.
  • Your domain must be more than 60 days old and cannot have been transferred within the last 60 days.
  • Your domain must be unlocked before you start your domain transfer.
  • Certain registrars require that you remove whois privacy protection before attempting to transfer a domain.
  • For many domains you’ll need an authorization code from your current registrar and you have to submit with your domain.
  • When you start a domain transfer the first thing we do is look in the current Whois for the administrative and registrant contact email address associated with your domain. If these two email addresses are different then each will receive an authorization email. This authorization email will come from and will include text explaining that a transfer has been requested. It will include a link that you must click on to continue the transfer process.
  • Once you’ve authorized the transfer request we will submit your transfer request to the registry for your domain. At this point the current registrar has 5 days to respond to the transfer request. During those 5 days they may approve the transfer, decline the transfer or do nothing. At the end of the 5 days if they’ve done nothing then the transfer will automatically complete.
  • When your transfer completes successfully the domain will automatically be extended the minimum allowed registration period, which is 1 year for most domains. Since the domain is extended you won’t lose time still left on your domain registration. The extension is included in the transfer fee for the domain.
  • There may be a small period of time between when your transfer completes successfully and when it appears in your DNSimple account as registered where the domain may no longer appear in the losing registrar’s domain list.
  • If your transfer fails to complete for any reason you will receive an email indicating that the transfer has failed along with an explanation of why the transfer failed. Once you receive that email you may also make any changes necessary to ensure that the transfer completes successfully (such as unlocking the domain, disabling privacy protection, etc.) and retry the transfer. If the process still fails to be carried out and the cancellation is confirmed by you, we will refund your domain transfer payment immediately.