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Domain Name Pricing
With hundreds of domain name extensions we offer, you will be able to find the perfect domain name at a price you can afford.
No Hidden Fees. What’s listed is what you pay!
There are no additional fees for transfers, configuration changes, or renewals; what is listed is what you pay. Transfer your .co.uk, .org.uk, .me.uk, or .uk to us and pay nothing. Transfer a .com, .net, .org, .info, .name, or .biz, and get one year free!
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is a domain extension?
An extension is the ending of a domain name. Extensions are commonly referred to as a TLD (Top-Level Domain), suffix, or domain root. There are many types of TLDs such as ccTLDs, which are country code specific, like .uk for the UK, and gTLDs, which are new generic extensions such as .website.
Some of the most popular TLDs include .com, .org, .net, and .biz.
Many businesses and brands register their name with multiple extensions to protect their online identity, increase visibility and attract more visitors to their website.
How long does it take for my domain to register?
Your domain name is registered as soon as you purchase it, but may take between 24 and 72 hours for it be recognised by other computers and appear online.
What are gTLD extensions?
gTLD stands for generic Top-Level Domain. It’s a category of new domain extensions that have been released recently for businesses and individuals. They are alternatives domain extensions to the traditional .com, .co.uk and .biz.
gTLDs vary from practical extensions such as .web or .tech, to location-based such as .london or .wales, and even catchy extensions such as .ninja or .dance.
What are ccTLD?
Country-code Top-Level Domains (ccTLDs) correspond to a country, territory, or other geographic location.
For example: .uk represents the United Kingdom, .de is for Germany, .mx for Mexico and .ch is used for Switzerland.
The rules for registering ccTLDs vary significantly depending on the extension. Some ccTLDs such as .de have residency restrictions, meaning that registrants are required to be located in the country of the domain extension they want to use.
However, many of the ccTLDs can be registered by anyone without any restrictions, including .uk, .ch, .es and several more.
When Can I transfer my domain names?
You can transfer most domain names between your Papa internet accounts or from another provider at any time using your Control Panel (CP). Some domain name extensions require a 60 day period after registration and before expiry where you cannot transfer in or out.
Please note that we don’t charge customers who wish to transfer out their domain names, because we’re confident that our domain hosting is so feature-filled that you won’t want to transfer out.
Can I use my domain name for an email address only?
Absolutely. You can set up as many email forwards as you need in your Domain Control Panel – where emails sent to that domain will be forwarded to another account such as yahoo or gmail. Or you can purchase a hosted Microsoft Exchange email account to have your own mailbox and all emails will bear your domain name.