.at domain name renewals/expiry
These instructions will help you renew or cancel your domain as well as set it to expire.
How do I renew my .at domain name with 123 Reg?
If you wish to renew your .at domain name through 123 Reg, you will need to do so through your Control Panel at least 1 day prior to the expiry date. For details on how to do this, please read our guide: How do I renew my Domain names?
123 Reg will send you a renewal reminder to the registered email address on your 123 Reg account 30 days prior to your domain names expiry date. Any domain names that are not renewed by the date(s) specified in your reminder will be deleted from our database and the registrant will be solely responsible for managing the domain name. Please allow up to 3 business days for the renewal order to complete. If no renewal order is received by that date, the domain name is automatically moved to nic.at, the root registry for .AT domains.
At that point, the registrant becomes solely responsible for the name. The name is NOT deleted at the registry; only a registrant can delete a .AT domain name through the .AT registry, and must sign a cancellation waiver in order to do so.
Important: .AT domains are auto-renewed at the registry by default; therefore, if the Registrant does not delete the name, you will be responsible for paying the renewal charge directly to the registry.
You acknowledge that 123 Reg will take payment for renewals up to 90 days before the expiry date, in order to avoid any possible delays and to ensure payment is delivered before renewal expires.
I do not want to renew my .at domain name – I want it to expire
You must put in writing your notice to cancel at least 90 days prior to the expiry date of your .at domain name with the registry.
You will also need to follow the instructions outlined under the I don’t want my domains to auto renew section of our article: How do I renew my Domain names?
I want to cancel my .at domain
A domain can be cancelled at any time but only by the domain holder themselves, who must get in touch with nic.at themselves.
Otherwise, you may letter from the registry requesting a notice to pay, due to the domain’s cancellation.
Please note: The policies and procedures outlined above are those of the governing registry, not 123 Reg.