No, currently IDNs (Internationalized Domain Names) are not offered under .LTDA.
Your domain can contain numbers, but no special characters. Only the following characters are allowed: a-z, 0-9 and a hyphen.
.LTDA is a restricted TLD for companies with the legal form of a "Limitada", aimed specially at registrants in Latin America.
A corporate identifier is the legal form of a company. There are different legal forms around the world. Examples of the most famous include: LTD for "Limited", INC for "Incorporated" and LTDA for "Limitadas", the latter especially in Latin America.
Every provider sets its own prices. Please contact your provider or take a look at the providers on our home page (after searching for a domain name).
Please take a look at the providers on our home page (after searching for a domain name). Or contact your local provider.
If you are a "Limitada" company, you can register as many domains as you need. There is no restriction regarding the amount of domains you can register and no requirement to only register domains that match your company name.
Only companies doing business as "Sociedade Limitada", "Sociedad de Responsabilidad Limitada" or "Compañía de Responsabilidad Limitada" are eligible to register .LTDA domains.
During the so-called General Availability (Live Phase) you don't need to have a registered trademark, but you need to be a registered "Limitada".
Your provider should be able to offer you not only a .LTDA domain but also web space and other useful services for your web presence under .LTDA .
There are no restrictions by the registry, but this depends on your service partner. Please contact your provider for more details on redirects or forwarding.
With a .LTDA domain you clearly identify yourself as an incorporated company. The TLD .LTDA acts as a seal of quality for your website.
Only the following characters are allowed for your domain: a-z, 0-9 and a hyphen. The length of the Second Level Domain (short SLD) must be between 1 and 63 characters. The SLD is the part of the domain preceding the dot. Example: nic.ltda – “nic” is the SLD and “ltda” is the TLD.
This depends on your provider. Usually, providers offer a minimum of one year and a maximum of ten years.
Yes, you can transfer your domain name, but not at any given time in the domain life cycle and you have to follow certain rules. Please contact your provider for more details.
Yes, you should be able to update your domain at any time. Please have in mind that you need to provide up-to-date and accurate contact details for your domain name.
Please contact your provider for more details. Some providers are offering an auto renewal service, while others require you to actively renew a domain name.
Yes, you can usually register a LTDA domain name for up to 10 years.