Dot TECHNOLOGY Pricing

TLD 1 Year 2 years 3 years 4 years 5 years 6 years 7 years 8 years 9 years 10 years
Sole .TECHNOLOGY registration $21.50 $43.00 $64.50 $86.00 $107.50 $129.00 $150.50 $172.00 $193.50 $215.00

TLD Details

TLD Registrar-Lock Transfers Edit WHOIS ID Protect Registration Period
.TECHNOLOGY yes yes (EPP) yes yes 1-10 years

Registering .TECHNOLOGY Domain Names

These days, considering the millions of domain names registered online, it's tough to obtain the exact domain name that you'd like. However, most of the domain names are limited to just several generic domain name extensions, such as .COM or .NET. In case you're looking for a domain name extension that will make your domain name much more distinctive, that will allow it to stick out from the crowd, in that case .TECHNOLOGY is the perfect choice. The .TECHNOLOGY TLD is just gaining popularity, meaning that there are lots of appealing domain names out there. You can find not just a domain name which matches the name of your business, but also a domain name which fits your website's area of interest.

With UrlOn.com you could get a .TECHNOLOGY domain name for just $21.50 per year.

.TECHNOLOGY Domain Names with UrlOn.com

The Domain Manager interface created by UrlOn.com is the best home for your new .TECHNOLOGY domain name. It is both fully featured as well as easy to use, so that it can be used by both power users and website hosting rookies. You will enjoy instant access to the basic DNS settings and, with a click, it is possible to set up an URL redirection. The Domain Manager also helps you manage a variety of domains simultaneously easily. As free gift, if you're looking to widen your web presence, you can benefit from our unlimited domain name parking option.

If you also have a hosting account with UrlOn.com, you will be able to control both your websites along with your domain names from the same Control Panel - the Web Hosting Control Panel. There's no need to switch between different web site management and domain name management interfaces anymore.