|TLD||1 Year||2 years||3 years||4 years||5 years||6 years||7 years||8 years||9 years||10 years|
|Sole .EU registration||€9.30||€18.60||€27.90||€37.20||€46.50||€55.80||€65.10||€74.40||€83.70||€93.00|
|.EU with hosting||€7.23||€16.53||€25.83||€35.13||€44.43||€53.73||€63.03||€72.33||€81.63||€90.93|
|TLD||Registrar-Lock||Transfers||Edit WHOIS||ID Protect||Registration Period|
|.EU||no||yes (EPP)||yes||no||1-10 years|
Not including the short-lived .NATO TLD, the dot EU domain extension is the only one in the world, which was intended for a single entity and is still in use. The domain name extension was started in 2005 and since then has acquired substantial popularity among Europeans because it pertains to a whole community rather than to a specific country. Indeed, the EU is a single market that ensures the free movement of goods and services, and with a dot EU website, you can contact millions of possible shoppers without restricting the site to a single country as you would with a country-code extension. The pan-European idea of the extension is also highlighted by the fact that the official portal of the EU is europa.eu and that the EU institutions of the EU use third-level domains under EUROPA.EU.
You can purchase a .EU domain through our company with just a few clicks and it will start working just a few minutes later. With the amendments introduced by the Registry organization EURID in November 2012, dot EU domains are handled significantly easier – their WHOIS info can be altered at any time without extra charges and transfers are possible with an EPP authorization code, which is valid for one transfer at a time. In this way, you can easily transfer your dot EU domain to our firm and control it through our Hepsia Control Panel tool. You will be able to edit its WHOIS info, to set up Custom DNS records, to park and to forward your domain, etc. The only requirement is that the Owner should be an individual or an establishment from one of the twenty-seven member states of the EU. In this light, all notifications from EURID are sent to the owners both in English and in their local language, which makes dot EU domains even more accessible.