Dot Irish Domain Names Available Worldwide

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From June 25, 2015, Irish people everywhere can register Dot Irish domain names when General Availability registration begins.

For Irish organisations and people everywhere, Dot Irish provides a meaningful domain name that can be recognised throughout the world.

Irish organisations and people everywhere can register Dot Irish domain names following the start of General Availability registration on June 25 at 16.00 UTC.

Dot Irish is the new top-level domain (TLD) that makes it possible to use the word ‘Irish’ after the dot in a web address in the same way .com or .net are used. For Irish organisations and people everywhere, Dot Irish provides a meaningful domain name that can be recognised throughout the world. Whether it’s for business or lifestyle and leisure, Dot Irish domain names provide a distinctive digital identity for the global Irish community of more than 70 million people.

Registration is easy as there are no restrictive eligibility criteria. Registry Operator, Dot-Irish LLC works in partnership with a global network of accredited registrars who are listed in the ‘availability’ section of http://www.nic.irish. Prices may vary across registrars but standard registration for one year is expected to be around $35. For Irish business names, brand names, organisations and people names that require a distinctive digital identity, a Dot Irish domain is an ideal solution. Premium domain names including popular keywords and generic terms also become available in General Availability and can be purchased through accredited registrars.

The launch of Dot Irish is supported by promotional activity across digital, print and broadcast media in Ireland, UK, US, Canada and Australia. Registry Operator, Dot-Irish LLC is authorized to operate the Dot Irish top-level domain (TLD) by ICANN, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers. The company has offices in Ireland and the US and is wholly committed to providing a distinctive digital identity to help the global Irish community connect, grow and prosper.

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