.CHAT Domain Info
|Registration Price||starting at $39|
|Registration Period||1 Year|
|Multi-Year-Registration||up to 10 Years|
|Domain Privacy||» available|
|Web Apps||» available|
|Restrictions||» Domain Guidelines|
|Restore||possible (» Pricelist)|
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Let’s Have a .CHAT
If you’re online, chances you talk to your friends and family in one way or another. Whether it’s Gchat, Facebook or social media, the Internet helps people connect with one another. This isn’t a new phenomenon. Since early days of the Internet, people around the globe have come together on various platforms for conversation. The introduction of new domains like .CHAT have only made talking a whole lot easier than it used to be.
Online communication cemented itself as part of everyday life, and the .CHAT domain will make it easier to keep in touch. Not only that, but the .CHAT extension will also enable more information sharing and encourage more connectivity.
Creating the .CHAT Web Experience
With most of the premium domain names already taken in the existing generic top-level domain namespace, .CHAT will open up a world of possibilities for those who want to talk online.
Users and social platforms can create domain names that are both highly valuable but and meaningful instead of settling for what’s left over. Software companies creating apps for chatting will be able to choose a corresponding domain name without having to change their vision because they can’t register the corresponding domain name.
Free With Registration
|URL Forwarding:||Included (Free)|
|Email Forwarding:||Included (Free)|
|DNS Management:||Included (Free)|
|Web App Connection:||Included (Free)|
Premium Names Available
Premium domain names are available for the .CHAT domain extension. These Domain Names carry an increased cost of registration, and may be higher than the standard registration price. They are considered more valuable than other domains because they are based on common words or phrases people often use in their online searches. The premium classification is determined by the domains' registry.