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|Sole .ASIA registration||A$34.65||A$47.62||A$71.43||A$95.24||A$119.05||A$142.86||A$166.67||A$190.48||A$214.29||A$238.10|
|TLD||Registrar-Lock||Transfers||Edit WHOIS||ID Protect||Registration Period|
.ASIA Domain Names
The .ASIA universal domain name extension is the single one that was established only for geographical grounds. Some people will find it very much alike the Dot EU TLD, but the latter was established to represent a distinct body, the European Union, and cannot be operated by countries that are not members of the EU, even if they are positioned in the midst of Europe. Unlike it, the .ASIA top-level domain name was created to be used by persons and entities from Asia, Australia and the Pacific region and its purpose is to indicate that the site pertains to the abovementioned region. As the dot ASIA charter stresses, the purpose of the domain extension is “To sponsor, establish and operate a regional Internet namespace with global recognition and regional significance, dedicated to the needs of the Pan-Asia and Asia Pacific Internet community.”
If you live in the region or if your firm does business on the Asian market, we can provide you with an .ASIA domain name just a few minutes after you submit a payment on our website. Any individual, company or other entity can secure such a domain name if they work in the Asia-Pacific area. Post-registration control is every now and then carried out by the .ASIA Registry, but no documentation is necessary upon registration. This is why the generic TLD does not support Whois Privacy Protection, so the owner’s details will constantly be publicly available.
A dot ASIA domain will give you access to the largest Internet community in the world, with many millions of users and potential buyers. You have the opportunity to book a dot ASIA domain with merely a few clicks through our Hepsia Control Panel. You will be able to exert full control over your WHOIS information and your domain’s DNS records.