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Q. What are the benefits of leasing a domain name?

A. Premium domain names provide for an immediately enhanced market presence. Marketing departments work tirelessly to improve web traffic and search engine rankings: both can be heightened at a stroke with a premium domain name. See our Domain Leasing page for further information.

Q. How long can you lease a domain name for?

A. As long as you like. Some of our clients lease out domains for just a few months as part of a short-term marketing and advertising campaign, whereas others lease for the long term. It all depends on your circumstances and your requirements. Whatever you choose, our contracts are secure, robust and, most importantly, can be cancelled whenever you choose.

Q. Can I have full control over the domain?

A. Yes. We simply change the domain DNS settings to point to your requested name server. This will allow you to set up related email addresses and any sub-domains you need.

Q. Can Domains.co.uk cancel my domain at any point?

A. No. An agreement will only be terminated if the lessee is in breach of contract. Otherwise, the domain is yours until you decide to cancel.

Q. What happens if I want to cancel the contract?

A. All you need to do is give us 30 days notice, and you can cancel whenever you like and without penalty. That means no charges and no questions asked when you hand the domain name back.

Q. How much does it cost to lease a domain name?

A. Prices vary according to each individual domain name. Where possible we list the precise monthly fees in the Domain search section. All domains are sorted into price range categories which will give you an indication of the price even if no specific monthly fee is listed. If the domain name you are interested in has no precise fee listed, please get in touch and we will give you an accurate quote.

Q. Who exactly am I making a contract with? Domains.co.uk or the domain name owner?

A. The contract is made directly between you and the domain name owner (licensor). This offers you ultimate security and complete control over the domain name without the involvement of third parties.

Any further questions? Email us at info@domains.co.uk.