Dot AT Pricing

TLD 1 Year
Sole .AT registration $15.50

TLD Details

TLD Registrar-Lock Transfers Edit WHOIS ID Protect Registration Period
.AT no yes (EPP) yes no 1 Year

Dot AT Domain Registrations

Austria’s country-specific TLD – dot AT, was introduced in 1988 and it is widely used not only among Austrians, but also among foreign people as it could be used to secure original domains. A small number of examples are,, or expressions such as, etc.. Thus, people that visit your site can remember your website name incredibly easy and reveal it to collaborators, buddies and relatives. There are various appealing domain name combinations to be had. On the other hand, with a dot AT domain, you can have a site that concentrates on Austrian Internet users and your website is to be expected to place better in regional search engine results in comparison with a website that makes use of a generic top-level domain. In this way, you can very easily get to millions of people and offer supplies and/or services online.

You can obtain an .AT domain name for 1 year at a time and we are one of the firms that provide the top-level domain name to the public, in view of the fact that .AT domain names cannot be obtained directly with the Registry organization. There do not exist limits on who can secure such a domain, so you are able to book your .AT domain and commence using it virtually within minutes. You can modify your domain’s DNS records (A, MX, CNAME, TXT, SRV, etc. records) through the Hepsia Control Panel tool. The single .AT domain registration criterion is that the owner – an individual or a company, is required to supply their name the way it is spelled lawfully. Unfortunately, transfers from one registrar company to another are not supported by this TLD.

Dot AT Domain Name Management with We Host WebZ

In case you decide to start a hosting account with We Host WebZ, the tailor-made Web Hosting Control Panel allows you to manage both your domain name(s) along with your web site(s) easily from one and the exact same location.