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A domain name transfer is the process of changing your domain name registrar from the company that maintains your domain registration to a new registrar. It’s simple, just enter the domain name(s) you want to transfer, enter your payment information and checkout, and authorize and accept the transfer. At NoorAX, we ensure the process is simple and painless so you can get on with your day.

One of the biggest challenges for a web hosting customer is transferring their website to a new hosting provider. It's one of the most daunting tasks that a website owner can face. This is why NoorAX offers Website Transfer service for all customers who have an existing website with another hosting provider and want to switch to us. We make managing your domain(s) simple. Whether you have one domain name or hundreds, we ensure the domain name transfer process is seamless, fast and secure. This refers to everyone, no matter what hosting or domain provider you choose. Everything in one place simply makes it more efficient - complete control on all your services without missing a renewal date, ease of use with no multiple accounts and passwords and professional customer support with the answers you need.

Before transferring your domain name, make sure of the following:

  • It's been more than 60 days since the domain registration or last transfer.
  • Domain is not in Pending Delete or Redemption status.
  • You know domain's EPP code - the authorization code that proves your ownership of the domain. You can get the EPP code from the current domain provider.
  • Whose privacy protection is disabled.
You’ll benefit from having all of your domains and web services in one place with our streamlined online dashboard and our 24/7 phone and email support. We can create sub-domains, access DNS management tools to add new hosts to your domain, change your IP address, and more. Plus, our Network Solutions domain transfer lock services prevent unauthorized transfers, and our auto-renew feature ensures your domain names stay just that — yours.