I do not have an Internet Service Provider or a Hosting Provider, can I still register a domain name?
Yes, just remember to not enter any nameservers in your profile. You can always opt for the Domain Apps Center (free) or DNS@dot service during the order process or afterwards via your Domain Manager Account (DMA).
Once you have your hosting account setup, you may update the domain nameservers to those required by your hosting provider by logging into your DMA and clicking the Modify link under the Nameserver column.
How do I transfer my .AM domain name to your service?
The .AM transfer process can be initiated online via your Domain Manager Account (DMA). Please also complete and submit page 2 of the TransferTrade form located at the link below for processing: TransferTrade Form: https://dot.am/TransferTrade.pdf ...
Changing ownership of an AM domain name.
If you need to change the listed domain registrant, please complete and submit page 2 of the TransferTrade form located at the link below for processing: TransferTrade Form: https://dot.am/TransferTrade.pdf Note: Registry requires supporting ...
How do I Restore an AM domain name?
In order to restore an expired/deleted AM domain name, please complete and return the attached Domain Redemption Authorization form for processing. You may attach the completed form to your ticket for quicker handling.
What is WebForwarding?
The WebForwarding service allows you to point your domain name to any existing web site that may have a long or confusing URL (including social media sites). Hide your long and ugly URL from visitors so that your short and professional domain shows ...
What is DNS@dot?
The DNS@dot service offers DNS Management to add and modify the domain DNS records including: IP addresses (A), Mail Servers (MX), and Aliases (CNAME). Plus, URL Forwarding. This is perfect for anyone who wants to self-host on their own web or mail ...