As usual, once an extension enters GoLive, registrations are first-come, first-served.
If you're reading this before GoLive begins (Wednesday, 16 April at 9am PST), you can pay extra for a Landrush registration right now, or pre-register your domains at GoLive prices and we'll submit them to the registry the moment GoLive begins.
.voting, the new gTLD for anyone who enjoys choosing between things, enters Sunrise today.
You can reserve domains under this extension on a first-come, first-served basis.
The .voting TLD is subject to a few conditions imposed by the registry: the content of a .voting website must somehow relate to a study, petition, survey, opinion poll, or some reasonably related discussion.
Here are the prices at A rates, for a one-year registration, during each different phase:
Sunrise (begins 15 April 2014): $394.08
Landrush (begins 17 May): $81.85
General Availability/GoLive (begins 22 July): $81.85
Today, Tuesday, April 8th, 2014, we are pleased to present a new batch of Donuts extensions in Sunrise.
As usual, registrations during Sunrise are restricted to TMCH copyright holders, but anyone can submit a pre-registration (Landrush or GoLive) and we'll submit the order to the Registry as soon as the corresponding phase begins.
Below, you'll find the list of extensions accompanied by a link to the pricing page, the Sunrise price and the GoLive price at A rates:
It's Tuesday, which means another batch of new gTLDs in Sunrise at Gandi, including the much-anticipated .wiki.
All of today's new extensions are now available for Sunrise registrations (read: TMCH trademark holders only), but also for Landrush and GoLive pre-registrations, which we will submit on your behalf at the beginning of the corresponding phase.
The list of extensions follows, accompanied by the link to the corresponding TLD pricing page, the Sunrise price, the GoLive date and GoLive price: