Reserve your .co.uk domain
The .co.uk extension is open for anyone to use, and is used for commercial websites based in the United Kingdom basés au Royaume-Uni.
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The prices shown above do not apply to premium domain names.
About .co.uk domain
The .co.uk is the ccTTLD that was created in 1985 for commercial sites in the UK. Today there are more than 10 million .co.uk domains registered and it is the most widely used domain for businesses in the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland. With the constant addition of new domains, the well established .co.uk domain will allow your target audience to identify your business as being a reputable UK business.
The .co.uk domain is the perfect domain choice for business wanting to target the UK geographical area. Your .co.uk domain name will return higher search results for people performing searches from the United Kingdom. Better search results provide greater visibility for your business, giving you an edge over competitors using a .com or other domain.
If your business is currently using a generic e-mail address to contact and correspond with customers, isn't it time that you registered your own domain? Sending emails from your own domain is much more professional than sending communications from your ISP's domain or a free e-mail service. Your own domain and email address will allow your communications to stand out from all the other emails in your customer's inbox.
Customers Queries or Complaints
Please use these details to contact us for any .uk domain name related queries you may have, including complaints and instances of domain name abuse, you should expect to receive an acknowledgment of receipt within a few hours and no more than 3 days.
Already have a .co.uk domain? Anyone that has a registered .co.uk domain has priority when registering the equivalent .uk domain.