Your online success starts with your domain. We help you find and manage your perfect Internet address.
Benefit from our know-how and good relationships with leading domain registries in order to establish your name on the Internet.
You can also choose to complete your registration with or without web hosting or email according to your needs; however if you change your mind later you can easily add web and email hosting to your account. There’s no limit to the number of domains you can register, so buying your preferred keywords with a range of different extensions (such as .net, .eu, .me.uk) helps you secure your presence on the Internet. You can also buy domain names to redirect to your social networking profiles for more memorable URLs – you don’t have to build your own website to take advantage of domain name registration.
Domain Name Registration
Buying a name with us couldn’t be easier. Simply tell us the name you would like and we will tell you if it’s available. If it’s not, you’ll be given some alternative suggestions. Once you’ve made your choice, your perfect domain will be yours!
Domain Name Transfer
If you already own a domain you can transfer it easily to us, without any fees or hassle! The sooner you transfer the sooner you’ll start saving and experiencing the benefits already enjoyed by customers across the UK and Europe who have chosen Centro Systems Ltd to host their domains, with the peace of mind that your name will always be safe and secure.
Domain Name Parking
Domain parking is the registration of an Internet domain name without using it for services such as e-mail or a website it is usually parked in this way when the owner is planning to use it for something, but just hasn’t got round to it yet. Sometimes it’s used to protect a brand name – usually the owner of the brand will redirect the parked name to their main website (so yourbrand.co.uk might redirect to yourbrand.com).
Nominet: Terms & Conditions.
Centro WebNet: Terms & Conditions
Domain Name: Service Level Agreement
Complaints Escalation: Guidance Notes