Dot DE Pricing
|Sole .DE registration||$13.99|
|.DE with hosting||$9.50|
|TLD||Registrar-Lock||Transfers||Edit WHOIS||ID Protect||Registration Period|
|.DE||no||yes (EPP)||yes||no||1 Year|
Dot DE Domain Registration
Germany has the most developed economy in Europe and is among the leaders in the IT segment around the world. The state is a large market given the fact that it has one of the biggest populations in Europe, so if you have a local website, you will be able to easily reach 10s of millions of Internet users. You will also require a Dot DE domain, and we can offer you both a Dot DE domain and a number of web hosting plans for it. With over 15,000,000 functioning Dot DE domains, Dot DE is the second most widespread universal domain name extension worldwide after .COM, which exemplifies its potential and importance in the Internet world.
If you require to get a .DE domain, you can do so through our firm at quite competitive prices. We also provide complete domain administration options at no extra cost – you can amend the WHOIS information, create and edit domain records (A, MX, CNAME, etc.), park your domain, etc., from one single place – our Hepsia Control Panel. There do not exist any provisions the Registrant must comply with, so any person or organization can acquire a .DE domain name. The sole limitation is that the Administrative Contact should be a person/entity with a valid German street address. With our company, your domain name can go live within a matter of hours and you can reserve it for a period between 1 and 10 years.
With a dot DE domain, you can begin a successful Germany-oriented web presence and get through to millions of people. On top, the word “de” is also used as a preposition in Spanish, French, Portuguese and other languages, so if you focus on a state that speaks any of these languages, the dot DE domain extension will be an excellent option if you want to create a good and engaging domain name. The .DE domain name extension supports internationalized domains, so not only the site itself, but also the actual domain can be in the native language and can employ any character that pertains to the given alphabet.