Temok is proud to offer registration services for
.net.nz domain names, which have been classified as domains.
We are pleased to announce that .net.nz domain names are now officially available to order!
The recent launch of new generic top-level domains (gTLDs) has caused a huge shift in the domain industry. No longer bound to country level or very generic domains, website owners can now choose to have an address that speaks specifically about who they are and what they do.
Domains such as .net.nz, .club, and .london make it easy for your website visitors to know exactly what you are offering, allowing you to get your message across much quicker.
All .net.nz domain registrations include free DNS management tools and redirection services to ensure you can maximize your usage.
Your dream .com domain name is probably long gone. Thankfully .net.nz domains have opened up a whole new world of possibilities.
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Many Country Code Top Level Domains (ccTLDs) have requirements to protect the integrity of their name space. However most are free to be used by anyone in the world. It is best to check the local presence requirements for specific domains during the domain name application process.
In some cases Temok Domain Directors can act as an agent on your behalf to secure the domain for you.
The Global Top Level Domains (gTLDs) - e.g. .com, .net, .org, will be registered around 24 hours after payment is made successfully. For international domain names, it depends on the restrictions and the policy in each country. If the provided information and documents are sufficient, we will process your domain application within 48 hours. Some registries will double check the documents before the domain is approved. That will delay the processing time.
The domain applicant will receive a confirmation e-mail once the registration is completed.
Most domain names have a minimum of 3 and a maximum 63 characters. A domain name may contain numbers (0-9), letters (a-z) or dashes (-). However, it may not:
* Begin or end with a dash (-).
* Contain special characters, such as ! @# $ % & ? ~ : _ ( )
* Have a dash (-) in the third and/or fourth positions.
Some countries in case of (ccTLDs) country code Top Level Domains may request the domain applicant to provide an identification number, or certain documents to complete the registration. For specific requirements, please contact our support. You will be notified by our support email if the applied domain is restricted.
Unfortunately it is not possible to reserve domains. Until a domain has been registered it is on the open market. Most Registries have a reserved list, however, this is a list of domains that the Registry has decided not to release to the public. These domains are not available to be registered.
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