Dot IN Pricing
|TLD||1 Year||2 years||3 years||4 years||5 years||6 years||7 years||8 years||9 years||10 years|
|Sole .IN registration||£9.50||£19.00||£28.50||£38.00||£47.50||£57.00||£66.50||£76.00||£85.50||£95.00|
|TLD||Registrar-Lock||Transfers||Edit WHOIS||ID Protect||Registration Period|
|.IN||yes||yes (EPP)||yes||no||1-10 years|
Dot IN Domains
If you are in search of a fine and imaginative domain name for your website, one of the domain name extensions that you should have in mind is dot IN. The TLD can be used as a preposition or as a part of a whole word, such as vitam.in, adrenal.in, bring.in, come.in and so on – it really depends on the expression you would like and on what your website is about.
The .IN ccTLD was established and assigned to India in 1989, but only a few thousand domains were bought during the first fifteen years of its existence. The reason for the low number was that there were a lot of restrictions and prerequisites, so even local people and business entities liked better the generic extensions. In 2005, however, the registration process was loosened significantly and the prerequisites were removed. There was even a registration explosion – over 1 million new domains were secured in merely a couple of years! A dot IN domain will allow you to reach the always expanding Indian market and will guarantee you significantly higher local search engine standings. India has one of the quickest growing economies and the information technology sector in particular is expanding rapidly.
You can secure your .IN domain through our company and start using it soon after that. The registration interval is between one and five years, and you will have full control over the domain through our Hepsia domain Control Panel. You’ll be able to modify its WHOIS contact information and to modify its DNS records. You can also move your existing dot IN domain over to us if you have its EPP transfer authorization code, which you can acquire from the current registrar company. We will renew your domain once the transfer is done.