Which TLDs support IDNs (International Domain Names)?
How do I obtain an IDN?
Once you or your customer has established an account with us, simply log in and go to our bulk register tool. Enter the domain name you would like to register, either with a properly configured multi-lingual keyboard, or by copying and pasting the characters from somewhere else. From there, simply proceed normally. To view the domain names in their native character sets in the "My Domains" page you will need to select the option to do so in the drop down menu at the bottom of your domain list.
Which languages are supported?
Availability of languages is dependent upon Unicode characters. Many scripts (especially Latin) are used for a very large number of languages. Unicode covers all the languages that can be written in the following scripts: Latin; Greek; Cyrillic; Armenian; Hebrew; Arabic; Syriac; Thaana; Devanagari; Bengali; Gurmukhi; Oriya; Tamil; Telugu; Kannada; Malayalam; Sinhala; Thai; Lao; Tibetan; Myanmar; Georgian; Hangul; Ethiopic; Cherokee; Canadian-Aboriginal Syllabics; Ogham; Runic; Khmer; Mongolian; Han (Japanese, Chinese, Korean ideographs); Hiragana; Katakana; Bopomofo; Croatian and Yi.
Which TLDs are supported?
Currently, we support .COM and .NET.