.YT domain names at Gandi
Gandi has been accredited by AFNIC since March 2004
see the .YT price list
Gandi contract: https://www.gandi.net/contracts
Terms and Conditions
.YT is open to individuals over 18 years old and organizations that reside in the European Economic Area or in Switzerland
. Individuals must indicate their information of birth. We strongly suggest that organizations fill out the company identification fields (VAT number, SIREN, WALDEC, DUNS, etc.) as this will facilitate any verification that AFNIC might perform at a later date.
The same eligibility conditions apply to the administrative contact
from 3 to 63 alphanumeric characters or hyphen (other than in the first or last place)
IDN (accented domain names):
1 to 10 years
yes, by the Registry for natural persons
Reserved domain names:
names and terms subject to additional particular conditions and to AFNIC prior review (Naming Charter
- domain names previously reserved or prohibited (list
not exhaustive) open to applicants that justify a legitimate right and act in good faith
- names beginning with "ville-", "mairie-", "agglo-", "cc-", "cg-", "cr-" subject to AFNIC naming conventions rules
domains are deactivated upon expiration, it is possible to renew up to 28 days following the expiration date
Disputes: Dispute resolution policy
Transfer (change of Registrar):
the process is started on the new registrar's interface with an auth code. Ensure that your domain does not expire soon. A transfer usually takes 8 days (22 days if the losing registrar refuses the transfer request). The new expiration date of the domain name will be 1 year after the effective date of the transfer, to which will be added, if applicable, the additional years for which your domain name was registered (excluding the current year during the transfer).
Change of Ownership:
the ownership change is subject to the explicit agreement of the former owner and the new owner. You have 15 days to authorize the ownership change, in accordance with the methods specified in AFNIC's e-mail or with a paper form (called “DOA”). The new expiration date of the domain name will be 1 year after the effective date of the owner change, to which will be added, if applicable, the additional years for which your domain name was registered (excluding the current year during the owner change).
quarantine of 30 days, see the table