Dot PLUS Pricing
|TLD||1 Year||2 years||3 years||4 years||5 years||6 years||7 years||8 years||9 years||10 years|
|Sole .PLUS registration||€28.90||€57.80||€86.70||€115.60||€144.50||€173.40||€202.30||€231.20||€260.10||€289.00|
|TLD||Registrar-Lock||Transfers||Edit WHOIS||ID Protect||Registration Period|
|.PLUS||yes||yes (EPP)||yes||yes||1-10 years|
Registering .PLUS Domains
Obtaining the needed domain name is difficult - nowadays there are numerous .COM domain name already registered. And you need your domain name to sound catchy, to make sure that website visitors can remember it after they visit it once. Furthermore, you would like it to convey the nature of your sites from just one look. If you use a .PLUS domain name you'll be able to accomplish all of that. The .PLUS domain extension was offered for public registration not long ago, therefore you will find countless eye-catching domain names to choose from. Also, it's more appealing and you will be able to create witty combos that will be instantly remembered by your potential customers.
With Hosting in Finland you can purchase a .PLUS domain name for only €28.90 per year.
.PLUS Domain Management with Hosting in Finland
The Domain Manager interface created by Hosting in Finland is the perfect home for your new .PLUS domain name. It is both fully featured as well as simple to use, so it can be used by both experienced users and website hosting rookies. You'll have fast access to the basic DNS settings and, with just a click, it is possible to set up an URL redirection. The Domain Manager furthermore enables you to manage a variety of domains simultaneously comfortably. As free gift, if you're looking to widen your online presence, you can take advantage of our limitless domain name parking option.
For those who have a hosting account with Hosting in Finland, you can take care of both your websites and your domain names from the same Control Panel - our Web Hosting Control Panel. It's not necessary to switch between separate site management and domain management interfaces anymore.