|TLD||1 Year||2 years||3 years||4 years||5 years||6 years||7 years||8 years||9 years||10 years|
|Sole .ASIA registration||$16.50||$33.00||$49.50||$66.00||$82.50||$99.00||$115.50||$132.00||$148.50||$165.00|
|TLD||Registrar-Lock||Transfers||Edit WHOIS||ID Protect||Registration Period|
.ASIA Domain Names
The Dot ASIA sponsored generic TLD is the single one that was established plainly for geographical grounds. Some will probably consider it analogous to the Dot EU TLD, but the latter was established to identify a particular entity, the European Union, and cannot be used by countries that are not a part of the EU, even if they are positioned in the middle of Europe. In difference, the .ASIA top-level domain was created to be used by persons and organizations from Asia, Australia and the Pacific region and its goal is to indicate that the site pertains to the already mentioned region. As the .ASIA charter quotes, the purpose of the generic top-level domain 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 reside in the region or if your organization does business on the Asian market, we can register a dot ASIA domain name only a few minutes after you place an order on our site. Any person, company or other entity can acquire such a domain as long as they operate in the Asia-Pacific area. Checks after the registration process are once in a while performed by the dot ASIA Registry, but no documentation is required upon registration. This is why the generic domain extension does not support Whois Privacy Protection, so the owner’s information will always be publicly available.
An .ASIA domain name will grant you access to the biggest Internet community worldwide, with many millions of users and potential shoppers. You can obtain a dot ASIA domain with solely a couple of clicks through our Hepsia Control Panel. You will be able to exert full control over your WHOIS details and your domain’s DNS records.