The registration of a .swiss domain name is reserved for public sector bodies or other Swiss organisations under public law and for corporations or moral persons registered in the Swiss Commercial Register who have their registered office and a genuine administrative site in Switzerland.
The registry will then publish the registration request for 20 days. The registrar will assess the information provided, plus any objections that are lodged during the publication period and any competing registration requests. This period will be extended if a formal objection is lodged with the registry during the publication period or if it is necessary to decide between competing requests.
Domain name names may only be allocated to the following registration categories:
1. A public body or organisation (based on the quality of the applicant)
2. Holder of a trademark right (bid)
3. A not-for-profit association or foundation (application date)
4. Other (based on the quality of the applicant, a bid or random selection)
You can renew on ovh.com.au or in the
via the "my products" section.
If the domain name is not renewed in time, it will go into the redemption period.
During this time, the owner will be able to reactivate it
directly on this page.
Once the redemption period has expired, the domain name will be definitely deleted and will be available for purchase again.
If you have automatic renewal, your domain will be automatically renewed before the expiry date. You will have the option of cancelling your automatic renewal two months before your domain name expires.
Warning emails 60, 30, 15, 7 and 3 days before the expiry date:
Email the day of expiration for notification of suspension of a domain name.
Email following the Redemption Grace Period for notification of deletion of domain name.