Learn about the guidelines and features of .co.in domains.
The .co.in country code top-level domain (ccTLD) follows different rules than most other TLDs we offer. This guide covers certain special requirements and exceptions from Squarespace and the relevant organization that oversees .co.in domain registration. To learn more about these requirements and exceptions, visit TLD registry policies.
Browse the table below to learn about the unique features and rules of registering or transferring a domain ending in .co.in. If you connect a .co.in domain to your site from a third-party provider, these guidelines don’t apply.
|Five-day registration grace period
There’s no five-day grace period to cancel these domains and no refunds.
Before registering the domain, ensure you want to keep it. Double-check the domain for typos.
|Free domain offer
|You can use the free domain offer when registering or transferring these domains.
|Registering multiple domains
If registrants want to register more than two .co.in domains (for individual registrants) or more than 100 .co.in domains (for businesses and organizations), they must email firstname.lastname@example.org for written approval.
Without approval, the registry may delete the extra domains without letting the registrant know. Approval typically takes 24 hours. Squarespace isn't responsible for the approval or domain deletion.
|Transferring to Squarespace
|At the time of transfer, you’ll purchase a one-year extension of your domain registration through Squarespace. You’ll keep the time remaining on your current registration, plus an additional year.
|Whois privacy isn't available.