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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a domain name?
Domain names are the unique names which are used to identify, locate and reach information stored on the world wide web.
How would I know if a domain name is available?
All you need to do is to let us know the domain name (com or .net or .org.) you wish to obtain and book for your website to use, and we shall check whether the same is available for you. We would also be most willing to suggest possible alternatives based on your original request.
How could I get a domain name booked?
We can register an available domain name i.e. which has not already been booked by any other party on the Internet, be it a .com or .net or .org. You’d be asked to provide your various contact and technical information & to pay a nominal fee of USD 15.00 for 1 domain which will hold your rights to use it for a period of 1 year. You could also go ahead and book the domain for as many years as you like in one go.
How can I have my domain name renewed?
We shall take the responsibility of an approaching domain name expiry so that the contract could be renewed for a number of years you would prefer to reserve it for.
How long does it take to register/transfer a domain name?
Merely a few minutes actually however it takes a minimum of 24-48 hours to start reflecting on the Internet as the Domain Name System (DNS) databases are updated only once a day.
Why would I need to provide my personal information and would it visible on the Internet?
Yes, for security/legal purposes and speedy technical troubleshooting, the details shall be made submitted on a directory which keeps a track of all the domains owned by various individuals/organizations.
Could I have a country-specific domain name like .uk or .au registered with Magnon?
Each country has its own rules, some of who limits the domain name registration to its respective citizens only. You’ll probably have to check your country’s Internet policies.