Register or transfer your domain name “.com” now
The « .com » domain name is a Top-Level Domain (TLD) that can be used for any type of website. With millions of domain names registered, the « .com » extension is the most widely used domain on the Web.
The first « .com » domain name created in history was « symbolics.com » on March 15, 1985. Recognized internationally, the « .com » domain is in fact very easy to remember and ensures maximum visibility for all your Internet activities.
Today, the « .com » extension is managed by the « Verisign » registry when It was originally administered by the U.S. Department of Defense.
Since the mid-1990s, the registration of a « .com » domain name has not been subject to any business or geographical restrictions.
The « .com » is available for all. No justification is necessary to deposit it. However, domain names registered in « .com » must not violate the rights of third parties.
You should also know that the « .com » is registered for a period of one to ten years.
The number of characters allowed in a « .com » domain name stands between 3 and 63.
There are no restrictions on registering .com domain names. No matter what country you live in and what business you are in, you will be able to order a « .com » domain name easily.
To register your .com domain name, you must first check the availability of your domain name. Once it is valid, you can start your procedure via the registration form available on the website.
Genious Communications undertakes to inform the Customer of the expiration of his domain name thirty (30) days and ten (10) days before the expiration date with an additional reminder five (5) days after the expiration date.
However, you can easily renew the domain yourself from the client area on your personal account.
If the Customer wishes to transfer his domain name to another provider, he has to :
First wait sixty (60) days after the registration of the domain name to be able to carry out the transfer.
Retrieve the EPP code from the Client Interface,
Finally, disable the Registrar Lock to unlock the domain name.
You can learn more about the transfer process here.