TLD 1 Year 2 years 3 years 4 years 5 years 6 years 7 years 8 years 9 years 10 years
Sole .ENGINEERING registration $53.99 $107.98 $161.97 $215.96 $269.95 $323.94 $377.93 $431.92 $485.91 $539.90

TLD Details

TLD Registrar-Lock Transfers Edit WHOIS ID Protect Registration Period
.ENGINEERING yes yes (EPP) yes yes 1-10 years

Registering .ENGINEERING Domain Names

Finding the proper domain name can be difficult - by now there are countless .COM domain name already registered. And you need your domain name to sound catchy, to ensure that visitors can remember it if they visit it one time. In addition, you need it to convey the nature of your sites from a single look. Using a .ENGINEERING domain name you'll be able to get all of that. The .ENGINEERING domain extension was made available for public registration just lately, therefore there are plenty of outstanding domain names to pick from. Furthermore, it's more attractive and you could make witty combinations that will be effortlessly remembered by all your targeted customers.

With Midas Infotouch you can get a .ENGINEERING domain name for only $53.99 a year.

.ENGINEERING Domain Management with Midas Infotouch

If you are searching for a new home for your .ENGINEERING domains, the Domain Manager interface that we supply would be a very good option. Being both intuitive and fully featured, it allows you to exert complete control over all domain name administration duties. You'll be able to modify all of the crucial DNS settings with a mouse-click and customize the WHOIS data related to all your domains without difficulty. If you have multiple domains, managing all of them from the very same place isn't just doable, it's actually very simple.

In addition, for those who have a hosting account here, then you are already aware of the fact that, aside from the Domain Manager itself, our Web Hosting Control Panel includes a site management section as well. In this way, you'll be able to seamlessly switch between the two, and never have to use separate Control Panels or to adapt to new interfaces.