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A .ie domain name is Ireland's internet address and is beneficial if you wish to target the Irish market or Irish individuals, it lets customers know that you are Irish.

Irish domain names are regulated by the IEDR (Irish Domain Registry) and restrictions do apply. Myhost.ie have been registering .ie domain names since 2001 so we have a great deal of knowledge regarding new applications.

Registration and Renewal pricing

Domain Pricing
TLD INFORMATION 1 YEAR
.ie Ireland Ireland Restricted €19.99
*All Domain Registration Prices Listed Are Per Year and Excluding 23% VAT
TLD INFORMATION 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 YEAR 5 YEAR 10 YEAR
.ie Ireland Ireland €24.99 €22.95 €22.95 €22.95 €20.49
*All Domain Renewal Prices Listed Are Per Year and Excluding 23% VAT

What is included with domain registration?

The MyHost difference

Control Panel Access

Registrar Lock

DNS Management

Auto-Renew

URL / Domain Forwarding

Manage Nameservers

IEDR

Registration Requirement

For Irish domains

Every application for a .ie domain name is checked to ensure that the applicant has a connection with Ireland and that they have a legitimate claim to their chosen domain name.

When you first apply for a .ie domain you need to provide the IEDR with some supporting documentation. This is to verify your claim to the name and your connection to Ireland. More detailed information of documentation required can be found here.

Connection with Ireland

If you are not based within the 32 counties of Ireland you must show that you have a connection to Ireland to register a .ie domain name. A connection with Ireland can be proven by meeting any of the following criteria.

  • Irish resident or citizen (passport/drivers licence/utility bill etc.)
  • A company registered in Ireland, or with offices/branches in Ireland (Registered Business Number (RBN)/VAT number etc.)
  • Providing evidence to show that you are either currently trading with or providing a service to Irish customers (e.g. invoices, high quality marketing material aimed at the Irish market, or a solicitor or accountants letter confirming your current or future trade with Ireland).
  • Providing evidence to show that they will be relocating to Ireland in the near future.
  • Holding a Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland or EU Community registered trademark.

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