|TLD||1 Year||2 years||3 years||4 years||5 years||6 years||7 years||8 years||9 years||10 years|
|Sole .ORG registration||€16.24||€32.48||€48.72||€64.96||€81.20||€97.44||€113.68||€129.92||€146.16||€162.40|
|.ORG with hosting||€12.82||€29.06||€45.30||€61.54||€77.78||€94.02||€110.26||€126.50||€142.74||€158.98|
|TLD||Registrar-Lock||Transfers||Edit WHOIS||ID Protect||Registration Period|
|.ORG||yes||yes (EPP)||yes||yes||1-10 years|
The .ORG Top-Level Domain was among the first gTLDs ever introduced to the Net and with more than ten million registered domains since 1985, it is the 3rd most widespread generic top-level domain after Dot COM and .DE. The intention behind its launch was to give organizations from all over the world a niche on the web. Having in mind that there were no pre-registration prerequisites or post-registration audits, the gTLD rapidly became popular since individuals and organizations could buy a domain freely. Nowadays, .ORG is regarded to be a substitute for dot COM and dot NET, especially if the desired names with these two TLD have already been grabbed.
A .ORG domain name can be ordered for a period between 1 and 10 years and in view of the fact that we are partners with an ICANN-accredited domain service provider and we can offer you swift and easy administration of your domains. Unlike other providers, our fees for registrations, transfers and renewals remain always the same, so there will be no surprises next year. If you want to move over your existing .ORG domain, you can do so by unlocking it and by obtaining its EPP transfer authorization key from the current registrar company. We also offer a Whois Privacy Protection service, so your real info will not be available to the public eye upon a WHOIS lookup.
The dot ORG generic domain name extension currently supports internationalized domains in a number of languages besides English – German, Polish, Hungarian, Latvian, Icelandic, Korean, Swedish, Lithuanian and Danish. In other words, you can have a domain in any of these languages with the respective local alphabet and you don’t have to stick to the English alphabet. More languages will be supported soon.