About .no Domains
Uninett Norid AS is the sponsor and backend provider for the country-code top-level domain name (ccTLD) .no extensions that represents Norway.
Who can register .no domains?
Only Norwegian Residents or Norwegian Organizations can register .no domain names. Registrant must sign a declaration form confirming eligibility, with individual registrants providing a personal identification code and organization registrants supplying their organization number. Individual registrants are limited to a maximum of 5 domain names and Organization registrants are limited to a maximum of 100 domain names for registration.
|Registration Length||1 year|
|Renewal Length||1 year1|
|Transfers To||Supported 2|
|Protected Registration||Not Supported|
|Private Registration (DBP)||Not Supported|
|Contact Updates||Not Supported|
For details on refunds, please visit GoDaddy's Refund Policy page. Most domains will follow the Standard Terms, but certain domains will have exceptions or may not be refundable at all. Look under BOTH of the following categories:
|Custom Nameserver Requirements|
You must renew your .no domain name by its expiration date. If you do not manually renew it by its expiration date, you can attempt to recover it, and there might be a fee to do so. See Renew my expired domain for instructions.
2Transfer In restrictions
There will be a charge to process a Transfer In and there will be no extension to the domain expriation date. Renewals on Transfers In are not supported. If a domain has expired at the time a registrant intiates a Transfer In, the registrant must renew the domain at the previous registrar prior to starting the Tranfer In process.
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