Included with every domain
In order to ensure a maximum security for Application owners, Google Registry has decided that any .FOO domain name had to be secured with a SSL certificate,
In practice, this means that you do not have to pay for a SSL certificate as soon as you register your .FOO domain name, but as long as you do not have one, the domain name will not be serviceable, which means you can buy a .FOO domain name defensively (in order to prevent other people from registering the domain name you're interested in), but the day you decide to actively use it, you will have to buy a SSL certificate.
If you are interested in buying one right now, here is our SSL Certificate Offers.
Restrictions / Allocation Rules:
To have the domain name working over the Internet, it has to be secured with an SSL certificate
In order to transfer your domain name to Netim, you must disable transfer protections and obtain the authorisation code from your current Registrar.
The transfer may take several days.
When the transfer is finalised, a year is added to the expiry date of the domain name.
To change the holder, you must first go through an authentication process.
To that end, validation emails will be sent to both current and future domain holders.
After a period of 5 days, the request will be cancelled.
The domain expiration date is not affected by the transfer process.
The .foo extension does not support special characters.
Netim is an accredited registrar
By choosing an accredited Registrar, you avoid middlemen which in turn gives you access to lower prices and makes domain registration, as well as other operations, quicker.