1. What is a Registrar?
2. Who is my current Registrar?
3. What is registrar transfer?
4. What should I do to transfer out the domain names from my current registrar to WebNIC?
5. What is an Auth/EPP code?
6. How much does it cost to transfer a domain name?
7. How long does it take to transfer a domain name to WebNIC?
Tools -> Domain Dossier -> Enter your domain name eg abc.com.
What should I do to transfer out the domain names from my current registrar to Webnic?
As a trusted reseller for WebNIC, Wired-Media can act on behalf of our Customers to initiate domain transfers to WebNIC. To do so, Customers have to obtain their domain(s)’ EPP code from their current registrar and pass these details to Wired-Media to trigger the transfer.
The instructions to obtaining the EPP code may vary among different registrars. We recommend Customers to contact their registrar Support team for assistance on this matter.
What is an Auth/EPP code?
A domain authorization code (also referred to as an Auth Code or an EPP Code) is a generated passcode required to transfer an Internet domain name between domain registrars. The code is unique to each domain name and is assigned by the registrar at the time of registration.
How much does it cost to transfer a domain name?
There is no transfer fee incurred for triggering a registrar transfer; however, Customers have to pay WebNIC for one year’s renewal fee at prevailing rates. Upon successful payment and domain transfer, the domain name will be automatically renewed for 1 year under WebNIC.
Eg Domain abc.com is due to expire on 1 Jan 2022, upon successful transfer and renewal with WebNIC the domain’s validity date will be extended to 1 Jan 2023.
For more information, please refer to the below URL.