|TLD||1 Year||2 years||3 years||4 years||5 years||6 years||7 years||8 years||9 years||10 years|
|Sole .NEWS registration||$13.49 $21.00||$34.49||$55.49||$76.49||$97.49||$118.49||$139.49||$160.49||$181.49||$202.49|
|TLD||Registrar-Lock||Transfers||Edit WHOIS||ID Protect||Registration Period|
|.NEWS||no||yes (EPP)||yes||yes||1-10 years|
Registering .NEWS Domains
Acquiring the most appropriate domain name can be challenging - these days there are many millions of .COM domain name already registered. And you need your domain name to sound appealing, to ensure that visitors can remember it after they visit it once. Additionally, you need it to convey the nature of your websites from just a single look. Using a .NEWS domain name you can accomplish all of that. The .NEWS domain extension was introduced for public registration recently, therefore you can find plenty of appealing domain names to select from. Also, it's more appealing and you'll be able to make witty combinations that can be instantly remembered by your site visitors.
With Register Website Domains you can get a .NEWS domain name for just $13.49 a year.
.NEWS Domain Management with Register Website Domains
The Domain Manager interface made by Register Website Domains is the ideal home for your new .NEWS domain. It is both fully featured and easy to use, so it can be used by both tech-savvy users and website hosting beginners. You'll have fast access to the basic DNS settings and, with just a mouse-click, it is possible to set up an URL redirection. The Domain Manager furthermore will allow you to take care of several domain names simultaneously without difficulty. As a bonus, if you're looking to widen your web presence, you can benefit from our limitless domain parking offer.
For those who have a hosting account with Register Website Domains, you will be able to manage both your sites along with your domains from the very same Control Panel - our Web Hosting Control Panel. It's not necessary to move between numerous site management and domain name management interfaces any more.