Wednesday, 11 November 2015

Reduced Prices for .BE - Over 70% Off!

.BE is the country code top level domain (ccTLD) for the country of Belgium. Did you know...
  • There are over 1,000 kinds of beer made in Belgium.
  • Belgium produces 220,000 tons of chocolate a year
  • There are more castles per square kilometer in Belgium than any other country.
  • 15 percent of Belgium's population are immigrants.
  • Belgium has over 81% Internet penetration.
  • There are 1,530,065 .BE domain names registered worldwide!
Do you wannaBE part of this vibrant country? Then register your very own .BE domain name!

From now until the end of the year, Namelynx is offering an amazing deal of 70% off all new .BE registrations. We've dropped our already low prices to just £2.40 / $4 / €3 / R50 for the first year registration.

The deal is already on and there is no limit on the number of domains you can get so what are you waiting for? Go to and register yours today.

Don't delay. This offer ends 31 December, 2015!

Tuesday, 20 October 2015

New Domain Name Extensions are Still Surging Ahead!

The latest numbers from show that registrations in new domain name extension are still growing at a very high pace.  The number of domain names registered across the 746 new gTLDs passed the eight million registrations mark this month, taking less than two months to achieve the last million domains registered. Now registrations almost half way to hitting the next milestone: nine million.

Find the domain extension that is perfect for you at!

Tuesday, 29 September 2015

.IRISH - 35% Off First Year Registrations

A new “country” gTLD has recently entered the marketplace - .IRISH. This TLD is a perfect extension for individuals and business associated with the Irish communities. There are no restrictions so try your luck today with your very own .IRISH domain name!

2015 Promotion
From now until 15 November 2015, Namelynx is offering a discount on .IRISH domain names! If you register a new .IRISH domain before 15 November you will receive 35% off the first year registration.

Discounted prices for the first year -  $22.10/£13/€16.21/R247

To register your .IRISH domain visit: 

Wednesday, 18 February 2015

Making sense of domain name terms

Making sense of the terms Sunrise Period, Landrush Period and General Availability

Good day Namelynx friends, I know that it has been awhile since we last spoke but I am back and ready to answer all your questions about Namelynx. Often you may come across the term ‘general availability’ in Namelynx’s social media posts, but what exactly does this mean?

When a new gTLD or new domain name extension (such as .business or .london) launches, it goes through three phases namely the Sunrise Period, Landrush Period and finally General Availability. All three of these phases hold different rules and regulations about how a gTLD can be acquired. This may seem complicated and confusing because let’s be honest, who wants to have to remember so many rules? But that is where I come in. Here is a simple breakdown of what each term means and what each phase consists of.

Sunrise Period

The Sunrise Period is the mandatory trade mark priority period for all new gTLDs. This phase usually lasts between 30-60 days and only those who have a validated trademark record in the Trademark Clearinghouse are allowed to register a domain name matching their trade mark during this time.

Landrush Period

During this period, new gTLDs are available to everyone except they are sold at a higher price than during the General Availability phase. Depending on the registry and the domain name in question, registrations can be done on a ‘first-come, first-serve’ basis or allocated at the end of the period with multiple applications for the same domain name allocated after an auction between the applicants. Like the Sunrise Period, this phase is usually open for 30-60 days and domain name registrations can be accepted from any interested and eligible party.

General Availability

General Availability is the final phase in the launch timeline for a new gTLD where all available domain names can be registered and purchased on a ‘first-come, first-serve’ basis.

Now that you have a better understanding of what each term means, please don’t forget that Namelynx only offers you the opportunity to register a domain name once it becomes available for General Availability. If you do have a validated trademark and are registered with the Trademark Clearinghouse you may register your domain name during the Sunrise Period with our sister company, Lexsynergy Ltd (

Well folks, until next time this is me, Lynx the Cat signing out.