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To register a new domain you must purchase at least one year of registration. Follow the instructions in Buy a domain

 


 

To add more registration to a domain you own, do the following:

  1. Click My domains in the navbar on the left and click the domain name.
  2. Click the Expires tab or .
  3. Under Registration, select the number of registration years and click the Add button.
  4. Pay the registration fees using Google.

You can add additional registration at any time, up to a maximum of 10 years.

 


 

To enable auto-renew, do the following:

  1. Click the Expires tab .
  2. Under the Registration heading, click Turn on auto-renew.

    Note: Once you enable auto-renew the icon for the Expires tab will change to

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Once enabled, your domain registration will automatically be renewed every year on the expiration date. The registration fee will be billed to your credit card using your Google account. Auto-renew only works while your credit card is valid.

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About domain registration

You can register a domain for a period of from 1 to 10 years. You retain the rights to the domain for the duration of the registration period.

You can renew the registration of a domain indefinitely. However, 10 years is the maximum number of years a domain can be registered at any given time.

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