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French domain name registration-domain .fr
The truly stylish domain

French-domainWho have you ever been Franciahonban, You may have found, to this country every bit represents the style and elegance. As the country's culinary highlights, cheeses or wines, the French domain names also expectant. It's no wonder, as many as one of the most beautiful in the world of the French language. Whereas a number of pleasant-sounding domain name today may be obtained, so it may be individuals or vállalkozásunkhoz, the French domain registration to choose.

What you need to know about the French domain names?

The primary domain name of the France country code fr ending. One of the oldest domains can be registered from 1986 onwards is replaced by. Today, the camp of fr. 2-2,5 million members. The French inhabitants of other countries has also chosen the .fr extension. According to the data from Germany, From Italy, in fact the United States registered such domains have also. The capacity of the French domain names, however, is far from being considered in security, so the prospective domain owners a number of good-sounding domain name is available.

Which body is responsible for the French domains placed on?

In addition, the domain names are ADMINISTERED by AFNIC (French Network Information Center), a non-profit organisation which carries out both private, as well as commercial domain registrations. The Organization, in addition to a number of subdomain fr végződésen. (.tm.fr, nom.fr), as well as the. (Reúnion island) extension domain names and subdomains may be responsible for the bodies.

What are the specific conditions for domain registration?

In order to, that private- fr domain registration or business to be eligible., the domain registrants, as well as both the administrative connection must meet the following conditions:

To register your business domain should be registered in the countries of the European Community within the enterprise – this includes Hungary, or in one of the following countries: Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway or Switzerland


Registration is mandatory for the custom domain 18 years of age and place of residence in the countries of the European Community or in one of the following countries should be: Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway or Switzerland

Basic information regarding the domain registration:

  • The name of a country: France (France)
  • The registration fee: fr domain prices here are current..
  • The domain redirection: Free
  • Set up your own name server: Free D
  • NS reservation: Free
  • Notify me by email of the domain name has expired: Free
  • Anonymous domain purchase: 25 0000 HUF/year
  • The name minimum length: 3 character
  • The maximum length of the name: 63 character
  • Numbers in the name: It is possible to
  • Accented domain registration: It is possible to
  • Within the dash needed: It is possible to
  • The time required for the registration: 1-3 day (s)

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