Yes, it is now possible to register a placename as a .ie domain name. Up until recently, it was not possible to register a placename as a .ie domain without first getting permission from the local county council. If the domain name is available, you can place an order online for it via our website. […]
If you registered domain.ie and you would rather have domain.com or mydomain1.ie, then you must register the domain as new name. This means you will own both names. Once the original name is due to expire, simply choose to not renew the registration. Domain names cannot be changed once they have been registered. However, if […]
It is possible to register multiple domains under one Company/Business Name. You must be able to outline a connection between the Company/Business and each domain name on Headed Paper as per the IEDR registration guidelines.
The IEDR will look for a Business connection with Ireland, for example a copy of an Invoice from your Business to an Irish address. They will also accept a signed document from your Accountant/Solicitor confirming your intent to trade with Ireland. If you require further assistance with this, please open a ticket with LetsHost New […]
It is not necessary to have a Registered Business Name Number or Companies Registration Office Number to register a .ie domain. If you are registering a .ie domain for Business use, the IEDR will look for proof that you are a Sole Trader i.e a VAT Number, copy of a letter from Revenue confirming you […]
https://www.iedr.ie/register-a-domain/registration-requirements/ To register a .ie domain you must be able to outline a current Business connection to Ireland. If registering a .ie domain from outside Ireland, it must be for Business use and not Personal use. The IEDR will look for a connection with Ireland, for example a copy of an Invoice from your Business […]
When a new .ie domain name is being registered, it is approved in 2 parts by the IEDR. The first part, they confirm your connection to Ireland. Once confirmed, you will get an email to say the application has been accepted pending a DNS check. At this point, the domain name will still not be […]