A company authorized to establish internet domain names and update the root DNS servers.
Who people register their domain names with. We use OpenSRS, who charge $20 per year.
a company that allows businesses and consumers to purchase the rights to specific domain names
a company that has been approved to register domain names, these companies have been audited and licensed to provide this service
a company that is authorized to register a domain name in return for payment and contact information
a company that is responsible for controlling which website actually gets displayed when you enter an address (such as www
a company that manages the registration of domain names and the information promoted throughout the Domain Name System (DNS)
a company whose business is to sell domain name
an independent organization who is responsible for domain name registrations and routing of Internet domain names
an organization that sells domain registrations
Registrars are the entities that are responsible for the distribution of domain names to customers. They may provide registration services for names from one or more registries, including both generic and country-code top level domains. There can be multiple registrars for a given top level domain (e.g. .EU).
A domain registrar is a company or organization involved in registering domain names on the Internet.
A company that is accredited by ICANN to license domain names. For example, Network Solutions, Melbourne IT, and Register.com.
A "Registrar" (or "Domain Name Registrar") is an organization like OpenSRS or Network Solutions that has control over the granting of domains within certain TLDs (top level domains, like the generic .com/.org/.net or country-specific .ca/.us/.mx etc.).
Simply stated, this is the company who registers your domain for you - an example is godaddy. You go to godaddy.com and register your domain. They are the registrar meaning they hold your record and anything you need to do with your domain name needs to be done through them, through your account you create with your registrar.
A domain registrar is an organization accredited by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) to sell Internet domain names. ICANN manages general top level domains (gTLDs) such as .com, .net and .org domains but not country code top-level domains such as .co.uk.
A company that provides domain registration services.H-Sphere supports Enom, OpenSRS, Alldomains, OnlineNIC, DirectI, RRPproxy, Ascionic or Email Domain Registrar.
A domain registrar is a service that creates and hosts the records correlating to domain name. Each domain name is setup to point to a specific IP address.
A company that handles the registration of a domain name. There is a list of acredited registrars company available at ICANN Accredited Registrar List There are also Country level registrar companies. A list of registrars that handle each country code domain name extension can be found at IANA CC database