Learn More About Country Code TLD Domain
What is a Domain Name and What is a Country Code Top-Level-Domain?
A domain name is your unique internet identity that is used by the public to locate and communicated with you. It is formed by the rules and procedures of the Domain Name System (DNS) and your domain name will be registered in the global DNS accessible all around the world.
A country code top-level-domain (ccTLD) is an internet top-level domain generally used or reserved for a specific country. A country's ccTLD is differentiate by its domain extension, for example Malaysia's ccTLD will end with .my where as the United Kingdom's ccTLD will end with .uk.
Requirement Supporting Documents
A photocopy of supporting documents related to your Organization or individual is required to be send to Yeahhost Sdn Bhd by fax or by email before a country code domain name is submit for registration and approval.
- Photocopy of local or foreign Organization/company registration form.
Organization / Education / Goverment
- Any supporting document indicating your Organization is registered as your related sector (EG. law firm, accounting firm, governmentletter, education ministry and etc).
- Photocopy of Identification Card (IC) or Passport.
Domain Proxy Service
You are able to register some country code domain names using a local proxy company provided by the domain registrar, this means you do not need to have a physical presents at the respective country to register it's domain name extension. By paying for a local proxy add-on, you can register the domain extension of that country.