This article describes the procedures and requirements of .int domain names.
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|Authorization code required||yes|
|Method of confirmation||authcode,email|
|Registration period after transfer||extends|
|Average transfer time||Max. 6 days|
|Advanced and simple transfers available||Contact our Sales department to check if easy transfer of 100 or more .int domains is available.|
Owner change (trade)Contact us for any change. Supporting documentation may be necessary.
Other updateContact us for any change. Supporting documentation may be necessary.
A delete of a .int domain is realtime. After a delete, the domain will be in quarantine status for 30 days. During this period the domain can be reactivated. 5 days after the 30 days it has status pendingDelete and will be deleted after these 5 days.
If a .int domain expires (it is not renewed in time), Openprovider will not immediately delete the domain at the registry. Instead, it will be put in soft quarantine first. During the soft quarantine period, you can reactivate the domain without additional charges; you only pay for the renewal.
Restore / reactivateContact Openprovider for further information.
|Registration agreement||The registry requires that a registration agreement is in place between the provider and the domain holder. The text of this registration agreement and any required supplements is the following:
Due to the regular changes in registry rules and configuration or missing information from registry side, and despite our effort to keep our knowledge base up-to-date, information in the knowledge base may be outdated or incorrect. If you encounter some issue, please report it through the "HotJar" feedback collector on the bottom right, or (if it is blocked by your browser) by clicking the "Submit a request" link below. If there is discrepancy between the knowledge base and the process in Openprovider, the process in Openprovider is leading.