The History of the dot NET Domain Name
The .net gtld (generic top level domain) domain name is truncated from “organization”. The .net domain name tld The .net was one of the original top level domains with .com, .edu, .gov .mil and .org which was established in January 1985. While the .net was originally envision to be used for network and for companies that were involved in networking technology, like internet service providers etc. Now .net domain names can be used for any purpose. The .net domain name was the third most popular domain name in the year 2011 behind the .com and .de domain name.
Who Can Register a dot NET Domain Name?
Any one can register a .net domain name.
How Long can you Register a dot NET Domain Name?
You can only register a .net domain name for up to a total of 10 years.
How Long Can you Renew a dot NET Domain Name?
Any .net domain name can be renewed from 1 to 10 years, however the resulting renewal can not exceed a total of 10 years. There is a 40 day Renewal Grace Period for a .net domain name. If your .net expires it will stop working however you will have 40 days to renew.
Can I Transfer my dot NET Domain Name to KARTHOST?
Yes you can transfer your .net domain name to KARTHOST. All successful transfers will include a 1 year renewal. Transfer procedure is similar to transferring a .com. There is the same 60 day transfer lock after all new .net renewals.
How Do I Transfer my dot NET Domain to KARTHOST?
To Transfer your .net domain name to KARTHOST, you need to purchase a domain name transfer. To make sure you net 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 NET Domain Name?
Yes, domain name ID Protection is available for .net domain names.
Does the dot NET Domain Name have Domain Theft Protection?
Yes, there is Domain Theft Protection available for .net domain names and is free of charge.
Can I move my dot NET Domain Name from one KARTHOST Account to another?
Yes you can, however, there is a fee associated with this, including:
– Modifying the Company Name or Name (in the absence of a Company Name) of the Registrant Contact.
– Moving a .net domain name to another customer, will result in a change of ownership.