A company’s domain name should be simple, short and easy to remember… is your company’s name still available?
Be sure to check other extensions such as .ca , .net, .org or incorporate the location.
Example – your desired domain: business.com could also be business.ca or businessgreybruce.com
Your domain must be renewed annually or you can renew it for multiple years at once. You may transfer any domain to Have1.com Where we will look after it for you! We will notify you 1 month prior to its expiry so that you have ample notice to renew your domain! Let us make maintaining your website easier!
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is a domain name?
How do I change my domain name?
How long does it take for my domain name to become registered once I’ve entered it into the system?
What does it mean to “park” a domain name?
Once I have a domain name secured, how long may I use it?
I have an email which says that my domain has been registered, but I can’t see the Under Construction page. Why?
Can I pay by cheque?
What are the fees for registering a domain?
If I register my domain name on the HAVE1.COM Web Site, am I the sole owner of the domain?
Can I host my web site with another company?
How do I modify my domain information that’s contained on the Domain Name Server?
What are the valid characters for a domain name and how long can it be?
A domain name can be up to 67 characters long – including the 4 characters used to identify the Top Level Domain (.NET, .COM, or .ORG). Do not type the www. before your domain name when registering