The History of the dot CC Domain Name
The .cc tld (top level domain) domain name is actually a country code top level domain name for the Cocos (Keeling) Islands and Australian territory. The .cc was introduced in 1997 and in 2001 became the second most popular domain name, behind the .com, in the USA do to a nation wide radio campaign deal with the largest radio broadcaster in the United States.
Who Can Register a dot CC Domain Name?
Any one world wide can register a .cc domain name for any use.
How Long can you Register a dot CC Domain Name?
You can register a .cc domain name for up to a total of 10 years.
How Long Can you Renew a dot CC Domain Name?
A .cc domain name can be renewed from 1 to 10 years, however the resulting renewal can not exceed a total of 10 years. Should your .cc domain expire you have a 40 day grace period to renew, however your .cc domain name will stop working while in the renewal grace period. Following the renewal grace period is the Redemption Grace Period which is 30 days. Redemption Grace Period is a last chance to get your .cc domain name back.
Can I Transfer my dot CC Domain Name to KARTHOST?
Yes you can transfer your .cc domain name to KARTHOST. All successful transfers will include a 1 year renewal. Transfer procedure is similar to transferring a .com.
How Do I Transfer my dot CC Domain to KARTHOST?
To Transfer your .cc domain name to KARTHOST, you need to purchase a domain name transfer. To make sure you cc domain is ready to transfer please read this KARTHOST Knowledgebase article Is your domain prepared to be transferred?
Can I add ID Protection to my dot CC Domain Name?
Yes, domain name ID Protection is available for .cc domain names.
Does the dot CC Domain Name have Domain Theft Protection
Yes the .cc does have Theft (Domain Lock) Protection. This is managed in your KARTHOST Customer Center area.
Can I move my dot CC Domain Name from one KARTHOST Account to another?
Yes you can contact our support department to request your .cc domain name be moved to a KARTHOST customer. Both parties must approve the move