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Originally reserved only for advocates, accountants, medical practitioners and engineers from France, Canada, Germany, the United Kingdom and the USA, the dot PRO TLD extension is now available for registration by licensed professionals from all around the globe. There are still lots of vacant .PRO domains. So, even if you already have a cool .COM or .NET-based website, make sure you set up its dot PRO version to PROve your professionalism! It would be fine to just forward the .PRO version to your original web site.

Restrictions on registering a .PRO domain

As already stated, the dot PRO universal domain name extension is available only to authorized professionals. This means that registrants have to confirm that they provide professional services and are in good standing with the licensing authority. .PRO domain names can be registered for up to ten years, which permits you to guarantee your ownership of the domain name for a long span of time.

How to Register a .PRO Domain

With e-debugger, you can quickly register a dot PRO domain - simply follow our domain name registration wizard. Notify us which domain you desire and we'll instantaneously send your domain name registration request to the .PRO registry. Then you will be given exhaustive instructions on how to submit your Authentication and Verification info. You will have lots of time (44 days) to complete this procedure.

Once your .PRO domain has been registered, you will be able to use our point & click Domain Manager GUI, which permits you to modify your WHOIS details, to specify custom DNS resource records, and much more.

.PRO Specification

Registration period: 1 year
Transfer option: Yes
Edit WHOIS: Yes
ID Protection: No