Free Email Account
Receive 2 personalized Email Addresses such as email@example.com with free fraud, spam and virus protection.
Free lifetime DNS service which allows you to manage your DNS records on our globally distributed and highly redundant DNS infrastructure.
Free Mail Forwards
Create free email forwards and automatically redirect your email to existing email accounts.
Easy-to-use bulk tools to help you Register, Renew, Transfer and make other changes to several Domain Names in a single step.
Point your domain name to another website for free! Redirect users when they type your domain name into a browser (with/without domain masking & SEO)
Domain Theft Protection
Protect your Domain from being transferred out accidentally or without your permission with our free Domain Theft Protection.
The easiest way to explain this is that it’s your address on the Internet. All websites are located on a web server and are accessible through a series of numbers called Internet Protocol (IP) Addresses. Since it is not easy to remember numbers for every website, domain names help translate those numbers into ease-to-remember phrases or names.
Hence, when a person types in www.whois.com, the Domain Name System (DNS) converts the domain name into an IP address. Your Internet Service Provider (ISP) then uses these numbers to connect to the Whois.com website.
It is important that your domain name be a short word or phrase, that is easy to remember and relevant to your brand. If you are starting a website for a blog, you should choose a domain name that is related to the type of content you shall be publishing. If you are starting a website for your business, try and use your company name in the domain name.
It is recommended to try and have a domain name that is short (between 5 - 20 characters) which helps people easily recall the name. Try and avoid using acronyms or complicated phrases. Stay away from numbers as they could be potentially confusing to visitors for e.g. people typing ‘5’ instead of ‘five’.
Ultimately, you should choose a domain name that you would be happy to tell others about.
Any lapse in domain validity could sacrifice your entire online identity. You should always keep a track of the expiry date of your domain name and renew it a few weeks before it expires. Once you lose your domain name, it can be bought by anyone in the world.
To aid customers, Whois.com sends you notifications of renewal deadlines to your registered email address. We recommend keeping your information updated and active. If you miss out on these important emails, you could lose your domain name and hence risk sacrificing all your efforts in building brand awareness.
If you would like to register a domain name, you will need to have the following information available:
- Owner, Administrative, Billing and Technical contacts:
- Their Name
- Their Postal Address
- Their Email address
- Your Username & Password
- DNS information, which can be obtained from the web hosting company you shall use
- Credit card or other payment information
You will also need to accept our Terms & Conditions.
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