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

.TECHNOLOGY Domains Registration

These days, due to the millions of domain names registered on the net, it's tough to acquire the domain name that you prefer. However, most of the domain names are limited to just a few generic domain name extensions, for example .COM or .NET. If you are interested in a domain name extension that will make your domain name much more exclusive, that will allow it to stand out from the crowd, then .TECHNOLOGY is a great choice. The .TECHNOLOGY TLD is just becoming more popular, so there are countless eye-catching domain names still obtainable. You will get not only a domain name that fits the name of your company, but also a domain name that matches your Internet site's specific niche.

With Midwest Marketing you could purchase a .TECHNOLOGY domain name for just $21.50 per year.

.TECHNOLOGY Domain Name Management with Midwest Marketing

The Domain Manager interface created by Midwest Marketing is an ideal home for your new .TECHNOLOGY domain. It's both fully featured and user-friendly, so it can be used by both experienced users and website hosting newbies. You'll have fast access to crucial DNS settings and, with a mouse-click, you can an URL redirection. The Domain Manager also will allow you to manage numerous domain names at once comfortably. As free gift, if you are looking to extend your worldwide web presence, you are able to take advantage of our limitless domain name parking offer.

For those who also have a hosting account with Midwest Marketing, you will be able to take care of both your websites and your domains from the same Control Panel - the Web Hosting Control Panel. There's no need to switch between several website management and domain management interfaces anymore.