How do I renew my domain name?

To renew your domain name(s), first log in to our client area.

Select 'Domains' and then 'Renew Domains' at the top of the client area:

Renew Domains

From the list of available domain renewals, tick the box on the left next to the corresponding domain name you wish to renew. Finally, choose the term (how many years) you wish to renew the appropriate domain name(s) for and then click the 'Order Now' button:

Renew Domains 2

You will now be taken to an 'Order Summary' page where you can confirm the details of this renewal order and the cost(s) involved with the renewal:

Order Summary

Clicking 'Checkout' will take you to the payment method selection page, which will also confirm your personal details for accounting purposes. From here, choose how you wish to pay for the renewal.

Payment Method

If choosing to pay via PayPal, you will be automatically redirected to PayPal's website after placing the order. From here you can pay the invoice directly. If you decide to pay via Credit/Debit card, you may enter your card details directly on our checkout page.

Once the invoice has been successfully paid, your domain will be renewed. You will receive e-mail confirmation of the domain renewal as soon as it has occurred.

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