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List of Generic Domain Extensions

All Domain Registration Prices shown are in NZD and excluding GST.
The domain name registration fee is always for the minimum registration, which is in most cases 1 year.
Each domain name comes with an personal email address and cloud storage.

Extension Fee Purpose Similar Extensions
.AERO $ 95.00 Aviation sector


.ASIA $ 26.00 Asian related businesses


.BIZ $ 49.00 For businesses


.CO $ 49.00 For companies, Colombia


.COM $ 34.00 Commercial websites

.KIWI   .CO   .NET   .XYZ

.COOP $ 146.00 Cooperations and businesses


.INFO $ 49.00 Information websites


.JOBS $ 229.00 Job advertisement websites


.NAME $ 20.00 Personal websites


.NET $ 34.00 All purposes


.ORG $ 34.00 Organisations
.PRO $ 24.00 Professionals


.TEL $ 24.00 Phone contact information


.TRAVEL $ 156.00 Travel industry


.US $ 22.00 United States Of America


.XXX $ 113.64 Adult industry


What are gTLDs?

Generic domain extensions have a generic meaning and purpose like .COM or .ORG and are not associated with a specific country. People refer to them also as gTLDs which stands for “generic Top Level Domains”. The most popular generic extension is .COM which stands for “commercial”.
It was one of the first domain extensions and has accumulated over 150.000.000 registered domains in its namespace. Other widely used gTLDs are.ORG, the abbreviation for organisation, and .INFO which stands for information. Generic domain extensions are globally focussed and globally recognised.
This makes them, in general, the preferred choice for businesses and companies that operate in more than just their own country. Since the launch of the new domain name extensions programme, people refer to the generic domain extension also as “old generic extensions” or “legacy domain extensions” to distinguish them from the very recently (2013 and onwards) added new generic domain extensions.