The History of the dot DE Domain Name
The .de tld (top level domain) domain name is really a country code for Germany in western Europe, Germany is pronounced Deutschland in German thus the formation of .de as the country code cctld for Germany. The .de domain began in November of 1986 and has grown over the years to be the 2nd most popular domain name behind the .com domain name. As of March 1, 2012 there were 14.9 million (14,900,000) domains registered as a .de tld.
Who Can Register a dot DE Domain Name?
Anyone can register a .de domain name, however the administrative contact on the domain name must have an address in Germany.
How Long can you Register a dot DE Domain Name?
You can only register a .de domain name for 1 year.
How Long Can you Renew a dot DE Domain Name?
A .de can only be renewed for 1 year. The total term of a .de domain name can not exceed 2 years.
Can I Transfer my dot DE Domain Name to KARTHOST?
Yes you can transfer your .de domain name to KARTHOST. All successful transfers will include a 1 year renewal.
How Do I Transfer my dot DE Domain to KARTHOST?
To Transfer your .DE domain name to KARTHOST, you need to provide your Domain (Transfer) EPP Code/Authorization Code/Secret Key. Once we get confirmation from the Registry that the Domain (Transfer) EPP Code/Authorization Code/Secret Key is accurate, the domain name is instantly transferred without the need of receiving additional confirmation from the Registrant / Administrative Contact, via email or FAX.
Can I add ID Protection to my dot DE Domain Name?
Sorry domain name ID Protection is not available for .de domain names.
Does the dot DE Domain Name have Domain Theft Protection
No the registrar for the .de domain names do not make domain lock function available.
Can I move my .DE Domain Name from one KARTHOST Account to another?
Yes, you may have your .de domain moved to another KARTHOST customer account, however the KARTHOST customer you are moving the .de domain name to should have a .de Contact with either the Registrant or the Administrative Contact within the country of Germany.