What is the Life Cycle of a typical gTLD Domain Name?
On August 31, 2013, ICANN established the Expired Registration Recovery Policy (ERRP), which mandates registrars to provide crucial information about expiry alerts, fees, and redemption processes to registrants and prospective customers. All relevant information and disclaimers are presently available in our terms and condition, Knowledge base or other areas on our website.
This document offers links to all needed parts in the policy as a convenience to Registrants.
After a domain has expired, each domain name extension and its registrar restrictions might have an impact on the renewal process. Some domains, such as ccTLDs, may have unique renewal requirements.
According to ICANN's ERRP Policy, we send expiration reminders for gTLDs at:
- 1 month before expiration;
- 1 week before expiration;
- 1 day after expiration.
Want to know what is the status of your domain, check the Reseller Control Panel, the status appears in the Domain Overview.
More detailed explanation is provided in this article.