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  • €59 / Year

    incl. 19.00% VAT
.AT Extension Details
First Year Price €59 incl. 19.00% VAT
Renew/Transfer Price €59 incl. 19.00% VAT
Registration Period 1 Year
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Grow Online with a .AT Domain Name

As hip as it is quick and twice as memorable, it’s clear that the .AT extension is the place to be.

The .AT domain extension was originally created to serve as the domain extension to represent Austria, however these days it is doubling as a great way to express yourself online. “At” is simple word that speaks volumes about who we are, how we live and what we want from life. From mobile apps to local restaurants, a .AT domain name is as creative as it is expansive. 

Reach More People with the .AT Extension

From local restaurant review aggregators to online dating services, a .AT domain name is a clever and catchy way to ground your domain in the physical world while reaching out to your audience online. By registering a domain your viewers won’t soon forget, you’ll always be able to let the world know where you’re .AT.

But the .AT extension's appeal goes far beyond English-speaking users and business—.AT domains are getting more and more popular among a non-English speakers worldwide. It’s easy to see why: the .AT suffix is short, easy to pronounce, easy to remember, and easy to type. With the prevalence of “-at” as a suffix in many, many languages, the .AT domain extension has a built-in audience and a global reach.

Because internationalized domain name registrations are available for .AT domains, accents and non-Latin characters are fair game for your .AT domain. The good news? More flexibility to come up with your name. The better news? A wider audience to bring it to.