- Register $16
- Renew $16
- Transfer $16
- * All prices per year
.BIZ is for just what it stands for – business! Whether you’re just starting up or launching a brand new online presence, buying a .BIZ domain is the perfect choice for your business website. We know running a business is hard work; you need a domain that works as hard as you do. When you buy .BIZ, your business can stay open 24/7. Having a business website can open doors and increase visibility and a .BIZ domain will make your website easy to find and remember. .BIZ is all about visibility – yours.
The .BIZ domain was introduced in 2001 as another alternative general top-level domain (gTLD) to .COM and .NET. Its use of the phonetic spelling of the word business, aka biz, allows you to easily show customers that your website is a business website right in the URL. Although there are no official restrictions on .BIZ domains, registrations can be challenged if the registrant is not a bonafide commercial entity.
Easy Domain Setup No Technical Skills
Free Email Address - Forwarding
Good Alternative for .COM
Unlimited Sub Domains
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.BIZ Domain Names must:
- Have up to 63 characters, with a minimum of 3 characters, and can contain letters (a-z), numbers (0-9), and hyphens (except in the 3rd or 4th characters of the domain name);
- Not have special characters such as & and #.
Bring your .BIZ Domain to iRegister
By transferring a domain name to iRegister, you will renew it for one year and benefit from our numerous free services.
The transfer of a .BIZ domain to or from iRegister follows the “Inter registrar transfer policy” established by ICANN. It applies to every generic domain name and every registrar.
Once the transfer has been finalized, the domain name’s expiration date is extended for a one-year period.
The following restrictions apply on .BIZ Domain
1. Registrations in the .biz TLD must be used or intended to be used primarily for bona fide business or commercial purposes; and
2. Registrations in the .biz TLD must comply with the Uniform Dispute Resolution Policy (“UDRP”), as adopted and as may be amended by the Internet Corporation of Assigned Names and Numbers (“ICANN”).