.ro .com .net .eu Domain Name Registration
On eName.ro you can register .ro domains and also international ones (.com, .net, .info, .eu etc). For the all domains, the payment will be done on a specific period of time (generally 1-10 years). eName.ro is an authorized RNC/RoTLD partner. The domains are reserved on the name of the beneficiary. For all the provided services, an invoice will be send.
Starting with January 1st, 2007, natural persons and companies from Romania can reserve .eu domains for a period of 1-5 years. For the .co and .uk domains the reservation will be made for a 2 years minimum period.
The management of the .ro domains is done through the management panel offered by RoTLD. For every .ro domain registered the client will receive a password. The authentication in the control pannel will be made using the domain name and password.
For international domains, which were reserved through our company, we offer a separate control pannel. The authentication in this control pannel will be made through the email address which is used to reserve the domain and a password (generated at your first name of domain reservation)
The prices are in EUR and do not contain VAT. The payment will be done in lei (RON), at the BNR exchange rate.
For clients within the EU from outside Romania with a valid VAT code, the value of VAT is 0 (zero).
Domain registration form
To register a domain name, check first if is available:
Type the domain name to check if is available.
After sending an order you will receive the proforma invoice and the contract model for the services you ordered.
The payment can be made:
- online, by card - MasterCard or Visa, credit or debit, RON or currency, which uses the technology 3D Secure. The payment procesing is done with Mobilpay. There is no extra charge for paying by card.
- by payment order, in the bank, in our ING and Treasury accounts, according to the instructions on the proforma invoice.
- by cash, at our office (for companies) or at any ING branch in Romania (for natural persons).
- by postal order, at the Romanian Post Office (not recommended because of the long processing time).