A .eu domain name is a top-level domain (TLD) on the internet that is specifically associated with the European Union. It is the country code TLD (ccTLD) for the European Union, serving as a distinct online identity for entities, businesses, organisations, and individuals with a connection to EU member states.
Webcentral provides .eu domain name registration, hosting, and search for companies. You will simply have to choose a new .eu domain name and pay a registration fee to get started.
Once approved, your extension will look like this: www.example.eu
As of September 2021, the eligibility criteria for registering a .eu domain name were as follows:
1. EU or EEA Residency or Legal Presence: To register a .eu domain name, the registrant needed to be a legal entity or an individual with a physical address or legal presence in one of the European Union (EU) member states or European Economic Area (EEA) countries.
2. Non-EU Trademarks: Non-EU entities or individuals could register a .eu domain if they had a registered trademark in the EU. The domain name should correspond to the trademark.
Please note that domain registration policies and eligibility criteria can change over time. To register a .eu domain or for the most up-to-date information on eligibility and registration requirements, it’s essential to visit the official website of the .eu domain registry (EURid) or consult with an accredited domain registrar that offers .eu domain registration services. Keep in mind that these eligibility criteria may have evolved since my last knowledge update, so it’s important to verify the current rules and requirements before attempting to register a .eu domain.
A .eu domain name can be registered from 1 – 2 years.
° Price varies depending on period and domain name.
† Applies to new .com.au and .net.au 1 year domain registrations only, not
renewals, transfers or backorders. Price not applicable to premium domain names. View full terms.
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