How many years can I register a domain for?
- The term of registration is 1-10 years.
My domain is expiring and I want to renew it. How long can the domain be renewed for?
- The term of renewal is 1-10 years.
How long does it takes for an expired domain to work again after renewal?
- After expiring, domain names will be taken out from DNS and websites will not work properly. After renewal, it will take between 24-48 hours for the domain to work again.
My domain has expired. Is there a renewal grace period?
- The renewal grace period for .com/.net/.org/.info domain name is 40 days.
What is the redemption grace period?
- The redemption Grace Period for .com/.net/.org/.info domain name is a period of 30 days. There will be additional domain restoration charges if you renew the domain during this period.
How long does it takes for a domain to release to public registration after expired and not renew?
- After a .com/.net/.org/.info domain was expired, it will go through a 40 day renewal grace period, followed by a 30 day redemption period. 5 days after the redemption period ends, the domain will be available for public purchase.
The full life cycle of a domain registration and expiration is as follows:
- Domain Registration or Renewals (1 to 10 years) > Domain expires > 40 day Renewal Grace Period > 30 day Redemption Period > Domain deleted after 5 days > Domain becomes publicly available for purchase