Dot SERVICES Pricing

TLD 1 Year 2 years 3 years 4 years 5 years 6 years 7 years 8 years 9 years 10 years
Sole .SERVICES registration $27.50 $55.00 $82.50 $110.00 $137.50 $165.00 $192.50 $220.00 $247.50 $275.00

TLD Details

TLD Registrar-Lock Transfers Edit WHOIS ID Protect Registration Period
.SERVICES yes yes (EPP) yes yes 1-10 years

.SERVICES Domains Registration

These days, with the numerous domain names registered on the Internet, it's hard to get the precise domain name that you prefer. Still, most of the domain names are restricted to just a few generic domain name extensions, like .COM or .NET. In case you are interested in a domain name extension that will make your domain name much more unique, which will make it stand out from the crowd, in such case .SERVICES is a perfect choice. The .SERVICES TLD is just becoming more popular, therefore there are plenty of attractive domain names still accessible. You can get not only a domain name that suits the name of your organization, but also a domain name which complements your website's niche.

With CMS HelpDesk you could obtain a .SERVICES domain name for only $27.50 per year.

.SERVICES Domains with CMS HelpDesk

The Domain Manager interface developed by CMS HelpDesk is the best home for your new .SERVICES domain. It's both fully featured and straightforward, so it is suitable for both advanced users and website hosting beginners. You'll have fast access to the basic DNS settings and, with a single click, it is possible to set up an URL redirection. The Domain Manager furthermore allows you to take care of numerous domains at once without difficulty. As free gift, if you are looking to broaden your worldwide web presence, you are able to benefit from our unlimited domain parking option.

In case you have a hosting account with CMS HelpDesk, you will be able to take care of both your websites along with your domains from the very same Control Panel - the Web Hosting Control Panel. It's not necessary to move between numerous site management and domain management interfaces anymore.