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All domain names are valid for a minimum period of 1 year from date of registration. Hosted.com does, however, offer longer registration periods up to a maximum of 10 years.

We make it easy to renew a domain name, by ensuring our clients receive timeous renewal notices. This is a fully automated system to ensure that there is plenty of notices to renew the domain name before it expires. As soon as the renewal has been completed, the automatic renewal notices will stop.

This tutorial assumes you have already purchased a domain from Hosted.com and have log in credentials for your account.

Automated Renewals and Notices:

  • All domains have auto renewal enabled when registered with Hosted.com
  • Auto Renewal enables the system to generate your domain renewal invoice.
  • Should you have a valid bank card saved to your account the system will automatically process the payment on your behalf.
  • If you have disabled Auto Renewal on your domain name, the system will not generate a Renewal Invoice and your domain will not be automatically renewed.
  • The automated system will only renew your domain name once the payment of the Renewal Invoices has been received.
  • You will receive automated Renewal Notices at 60 days, 30 days, 14 days, 7 days and 1 day approaching the date of the renewal of your domain name.

Additional Information:

Renewing your domain is vital for maintaining your website, protecting your brand, preserving SEO efforts, and avoiding unnecessary costs and disruptions. Understanding how to renew a domain is also an essential aspect of managing your digital assets effective

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