.com.mx

Top-level domain (TLD) reference for COM.MX

Price:

Price per year of registration
see Buy a domain
$50 USD
Additional fee to restore an expired or deleted domain
see Restoring your expired domain
$60 USD

Terms and restrictions:

Terms of Service Google Domains Terms of Service
Registrar of Record
see Understand your Registrar of Record
Key-Systems GmbH
Registry
see Registries
NIC México
Country
see Buying country code domains
Mexico
Requirements and restrictions When registering an .MX or .COM.MX domain, your contact information must use the Spanish alphabet:
  • a-z, A-Z, 0-9, ñ, Ñ, ü, Ü, á, Á, e, É, í, Í, ó, ú, Ó, Ú, #, &, ’, ,, -, /, :, ;, +, .
.MX and .COM.MX domain names must use only the English alphabet:
  • a-z, A-Z, 0-9, and - (For example, google.com.mx)
Search here in Spanish.

Registration:

Supports international characters
see Using non-ascii characters
No
Number of years of registration allowed
see Domain renewal and restoration
1 - 10
Transfer requires a verification email to the current registrant
see Transfer a domain in
No
Auto-renew grace period: Days after registration expires when domain serving is disrupted if auto-renew is enabled
see Domain renewal and restoration
15
Expiration disruption period: Days after registration expires when domain serving is disrupted if auto-renew is not enabled
see Domain renewal and restoration
0
Renewal grace period: Days after expiration when domain can be renewed with one year of registration at $50 USD . Domain is deleted after this period
see Domain renewal and restoration
30
Restoration grace period: Days after domain is deleted when it can be restored for an additional fee of $60 USD plus one year of registration at $50 USD.
see Domain renewal and restoration
30
Days after the domain is deleted before it is available for registration by anyone
see Domain renewal and restoration
30

DNS reference:

Number of characters in a domain name 3 - 63
Allows WHOIS privacy
see Private registration
No
Number of name servers
see Name servers
0 - 5
Supports DNSSEC
see Setting up DNSSEC
Yes
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