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€28.27 / Yearincl. 16.00% VAT
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|First Year Price||€28.27 incl. 16.00% VAT|
|Renew/Transfer Price||€28.27 incl. 16.00% VAT|
|Registration Period||1 Year|
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.KIWI Domains put New Zealand on the mapNew Zealander's are getting more options for representing New Zealand online, and so are you!
A Personal Touch with .KIWI Domain Names
Everyone knows that New Zealanders are often called Kiwis. So why should they be limited to the staid national TLD of .NZ? The new generic top-level domain (new Domain Extension) .KIWI will expand the domain space of New Zealand to reflect a broader range of personality and branding for the online population of the island nation.
New Zealand, once known largely for wool and lamb exports, now has a more widely diversified economy, with dairy and wine overtaking wool in the export sector, and wildlife and Maori culture driving rapidly expanding tourism.
Noble Intentions with .KIWI Web Addresses
In addition to driving New Zealand's economic growth and allowing Kiwis greater latitude in branding themselves and their businesses, the .KIWI registry has a more charitable purpose. A portion of all pre-tax revenues from .KIWI domain registrations will be donated to assisting the ongoing Christchurch reconstruction effort. Due to the fact that most buildings in the city are reinforced, loss of life was relatively limited, but the destruction unleashed still makes the 2011 earthquake and its aftershocks the most expensive natural disaster in New Zealand history.
About the Charitable Trust
The .Kiwi Christchurch Charitable Trust, run by former High Court judge Sir John Hansen, will be independent of the .KIWI registry and focused entirely on the city and its recovery efforts.