Domain Name Renewal
Hassle Free Domain Name Renewal Management
- Domain Renewal up to 10 Years
- Managed Domain Name Renewal
- Bulk Domain Renewal Discounts
- Proactive Renewal Notifications
- 30 Days Domain Renewal Protection
- Free Domain Name Add-ons
- Maximum Customer Satisfaction
- 24/7 Domain Name Support
Domain Name Renewal Freebies
FREE Add-ons with every Domain Name Renewal!
Free Email Account
Send and recieve emails with your own 100 MB personalized email@example.com email account. You get 2 Free Email Account(s). You also get FREE fraud, spam and virus protection.
Domain Theft Protection
Lock your domain name, so that your domain is not transferred out accidentally or without your permission.
Unlimited Mail Forwards
Create email forwards @yourdomainname.com that redirect to existing email accounts.
Easy To Use Control Panel
Bulk Domain Tools
Register, Renew, Transfer and make other changes to multiple Domain Names in a single step.
Domain Name Renewal FAQs
How will I know when my domain is due for renewal?
We send you renewal notifications by email to your email address that was provided during domain name registration/transfer. Renewal notifications are usually sent 60, 45, 30, 15, 7 and 1 days prior to your domain name expiry date. Our renewal management team also informs you with a phone call to confirm that you have received the renewal notification. You can also login to your customer account on our website to see your domain name expiry date.
How to renew my domain name?
It is very easy to renew your domain name within a couple of minutes. Log in to your customer account, navigate to your desired domain name for renewal, choose the desired renewal period (minimum 1 year and maximum 10 years) and proceed to check out page. Your domain name will be renewed immediately on successful payment. If you already have a pending renewal invoice in your account then simply navigate to your pending renewal invoice and click to Pay Now. You will be navigated to payment gateway page. Your domain will be renewed as soon as you make renewal payment successfully.
Can I renew my domain for longer periods?
Yes, you can secure your domain name by renewing it for extended periods up to 10 years. Many domains can be renewed for up to 10 years and you can save money by renewing for long term.
Can I renew my domain name before the date of expiry?
Yes, domain name renewal can be done at any time. Your domain’s validity will be extended for the time period you have chosen from the expiry date. You do not lose any validity time by renewing in advance.
Can I renew my domain after the domain name has expired?
After your domain has expired, your domain goes in to renewal grace period status. You can renew your domain during renewal grace period at regular prices. Renewal grace period varies between 30-45 days depending upon various TLD operators. However, after renewal grace period domain goes into redemption status. Redemption period varies from 30-45 days depending upon TLD registry operator.
During redemption period, you still have an opportunity to restore the same by paying an extra redemption restoration fee. If you do not secure your domain name during this redemption period, the domain is marked for permanent deletion from registry database. Domain then gets in to pending delete status for 5 days. After 5 days of pending delete status, Domain is permanently deleted from registry database and it is again made available for fresh registration by anyone.
What happens if I forget to renew or choose not to renew my domain name?
If you forget to renew your domain name or deliberately choose not to renew your domain name, then after domain name expiry date, it will enter renewal grace period. Domain renewal grace period varies from 30-45 days depending upon various TLD registry operators. You still have opportunity to renew your domain during this renewal grace period. After renewal grace period has ended, your domain will enter in to redemption status.
What is domain redemption status?
On domain expiration, your associated website and email services will cease to function. Most TLDs are given a renewal grace period after the actual expiration date to reactivate the domain. Only after the grace period is over and the domain name registration has failed to renew the domain, it receives the domain redemption status.
There is a very high fee charged to renew the domain at this stage. Even after no reactivation of domain in this stage, it receives a Pending Delete status from the Registry. It is later released to the public for new registration on a first come, first serve basis.
Why is the domain redemption fee so high?
We agree that the redemption fee is quite high. The Domain Registrar and Domain Registry have set the fee and we as a domain reseller are unable to waive it. Take all precautions to ensure that your domains do not fall into the redemption period. We highly recommend that you pay attention to the email notifications sent to you for your domain name renewal.