Over 3.5 million .uk
domain names have now been registred.
(Source NIC UK)
New advanced servers
installed. Sept 2003 New advanced control panelavailable.
We offer .me.uk Domain registrations. November 2001
New .biz and .info
domains available. May 2001
New hosting on Unix servers available. April 2001
We offer new .uk.com
Domains as alternative to .com March 2001
Hosting on Windows 2000 servers offered. December 2000
Hosting on NT Servers
What is a Domain Name?
A Domain name allows users of the Internet to find you
by an easily identifiable method, rather than a long set
of numerical numbers. Top
How do I search for a domain
name? You can use our search box on
the domain page or the bottem of this page, which will
search the relevant names databases. Simply enter the
domain name in the search box, select the type of domain
type by using the drop down menu then click on search.
It will tell you if the domain name is available.
Why would I need a Domain name? There are many good reasons
for registering your domain name.
1. People will be able to find you easily on the Internet.
2. It portrays a more professional image for your company.
3. You can receive emails from your domain, again portraying
a more professional and business like image.
4. Once you register your domain no-one can use it other
an you, as long as you pay the relevant naming authority
Can I contact the naming authority
directly? Yes you can register
your domain name with the naming authority. The direct
registration fee is £80 (plus VAT) for UK domain names
which is payable in advance. Also the naming fees after
two years are currently a further £80, whereas with us
these are just £ 19 per 2 years.
Do I need a web site to have
a domain name? No you do not need a
web site. You can secure your name and still use it for
email purposes with our email forwarding service. When
you are ready to have a web site we can instantly activate
your domain name for you. Top
What Free services do you offer? With every domain name
registered we offer,
Free email forwarding service
Free web forwarding service
Free domain name parking
Free domain transfer
Free web based domain control panel Top
Should I purchase a .com or
.co.uk name? Companies with offices
and trade relationships worldwide generally prefer .com
names. It portrays a global image, and carries more "kudos",
but as a down side it doesn't immediately reveal your
whereabouts. So for a company mainly trading in the UK
a .UK domain may be a better alternative.
The best choice however is to register both. Top