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*VAT not included. It will be added where applicable.
What are new domain name extensions?
New TLD extensions are periodically released. So you can secure the name of your dreams with new domain TLDs like .lawyer, .store, or .app.
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Frequently Asked Domain Extension Questions
The cost of the new domains will vary, and when available, price details will be displayed on the new domain extension page. To view the prices, select your extension from the table above.
Yes, domain extensions and TLDs are the same. They are also sometimes referred to as TLD extensions, URL endings, and domain suffixes.
This is where you can find a nation’s or region’s a specific ccTLD is assigned to using this column. Although many ccTLDs are only accessible to people or companies based in that nation, some are open and function similarly to gTLDs. Check out our Geographic and Country Code TLDs for additional information.
A "generic top-level domain," or "gTLD," is the suffix that follows a website address, such as .com, .org, or .net. Anyone can acquire and use generic top-level domains; they are not tied to a specific geographic area. The domain extensions that ICANN recently approved for generic use are referred to as "newer" gTLDs (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers). These more recent gTLDs include .xyz, .cyou, .online, and numerous others. See our full list of gTLDs here.
No. However, they might change how people use the Internet to find information. Additionally, they might have an effect on how companies develop their internet presence.
Yes. Nearly 30 other languages will now have their own domains for the first time, including Arabic, and languages using the Cyrillic script. Companies who advertise their goods in nations where specific languages are spoken would benefit greatly from these new extensions.