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singles, the top level|sub domain|country code Internet domain (g|s|ccTLD) for (location/purpose)

The registration of a singles domain name is restricted to (who) | open to anyone
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(who) can Register a .singles domain with .SINGLES Accredited Registar Astutium.

About singles Domains

dotsingles domains are specifically useful for (target market)


Registrant Requirements for singles Domains

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Exclusions for singles Domains

singles domains must be between X (min) and Y (max) length
singles have a blocked / reserved list of domain names that cannot be registered including (examples)

Registration of singles Domains

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Renewal of singles Domains

singles domains must be renewed with the current registrar prior to expiry date.
Allowing a singles Domain Name to reach expiry date will involve downtime and additional 'recovery' costs
singles domains can be renewed at any time before expiry. singles domains may be renewable for X days after expiry (grace period) however this involves additional work and additional costs singles domains may be kept after grace by the registrar or registry and sold at auction, used for advertising, or for any other purpose. A singles domain that has expired may never be deleted / released / become available again

Transfer of singles Domains

A singles domain can be transferred between .SINGLES Accredited Registrars from X days after registration upto Y days before expiry.
Transfers do | do not have a cost and automatically | do not renew the domain for another year
Transfers of singles require the domain to be unlocked at the current registrar and need a valid EPP transfer code
Transfer your singles to Astutium

Important Links / Additional Reading for singles Domains

(if gtld) gTLD Registrants have certain Rights and Responsibilities granted under the ICANN Registry Registrar Agreement in 2009.
Registrant Rights & Responsibilities on the ICANN site.