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Registering a New Domain Name to Your Rochen Account


You can register domain names when you sign up for a Solo, Growth, Pro, or 2020 Reseller Plan,  or when you purchase a Managed Cloud Server. Domain name registration and transfers are also options with our older Premium Web Hosting plans.

There are three ways you can register a domain with Rochen:

1) When you place a new order for a Solo, Growth, Pro, Reseller, or Managed Cloud Server via our website.

2) When using the “Create Account” option from within the Manage Services area within your existing Premium Web Hosting Plan, Growth, Pro, or Reseller plan.

3) When you open a billing ticket with us to request registration, we can create a domain order for you and process the billing manually.

After your domain purchase is complete, you should expect to receive an email asking you to confirm your contact information. The email will be sent from “domain services”. Please follow the steps in the email immediately. Failing to do so will result in a suspension of the domain until the details are confirmed.

We can register .com, .org, .net, .info, .biz, .shop, .site, .blog, .dev. me. .co, .uk, .co.uk, and .org.uk domains. More options will be added in future.

Domain pricing

As of October 2022, all domains registered through Rochen are billable at the following rates:

TLDUSD /yearGBP /yearEUR /year

Please note that prices do not include VAT, and are subject to change, at Rochen’s discretion, based on relevant industry cost fluctuations.

We also provide the option to add Domain WHOIS protection, to protect your privacy. You can opt for WHOIS protection during registration. Since GDPR regulations in May 2018, your contact information is now kept secure behind a limited gateway. This means that it’s no longer publicly visible on whois directory look up sites. However, it’s still accessible to certain third parties who may need access to it for specific purposes such as SSL certificates, etc. To ensure that nobody, including third parties, can access your contact information through your domain, you’d need the WHOIS protection.

For information on how to Transfer an existing domain to Rochen, please see this article.

Updated on August 14, 2023

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