Expired .TT Domains

Registration Requirements

There is no special process needed to register a .TT domain name, no special action is needed on your end.

Intended Use

Entities connected with Trinidad and Tobago

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Registration Price

$456.00 Annually

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What is the .tt domain?

.tt is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) in the Domain Name System of the Internet for Trinidad and Tobago.

The name is based on the words "Trinidad" and "Tobago", which are twin-island Caribbean nations that are members of the Commonwealth of Nations, despite being non-sovereign entities.

This is an example of a domain name that was created for marketing purposes, but it also has the technical capability.

There isn't anything you can't do with a .tt, however, if your website's primary language is not English (ISO 639-1 code en), there are better TLDs to use like .com, .org, etc.

What are your thoughts on the domain name extension .tt?

For people who are looking for a domain name that is short, easy-to-remember, and available to use worldwide, tt is it.

There are many benefits of using tt domains. For example, if you normally run your own website but you want to temporarily switch over to some other service provider, tt domains can help you do so seamlessly.

You can also easily create an email address with the domain extension tt. As part of the Domain Name System (DNS) on the internet, tt domains include all letters in the English alphabet except for Q and Z.

It supports internationalized domain names too. It has an online registration system which makes it very convenient to register domain names with the .tt extension.

Is there anything you can't do with a .tt domain?

You cannot: - Use hyphens in your domain name (i.e. http://my-name-isnthttp://www-.com) - You cannot put a period (.) in the domain name - Cannot use IDN characters such as Å, Ä, etc.

.tt is a great domain extension that can be used for multiple purposes! It can be used to represent the abbreviation of your name, as well as for businesses and stores that sell goods and services related to Trinidad and Tobago.

.tt domains cannot be used for email purposes. It is also not possible to transfer tt domains between registrars. Please contact the registry directly if you are having problems transferring your tt domain name to another provider.

Also, tt domains are available only to individuals and businesses that are located in Trinidad and Tobago. So if you want to own a tt domain, you must be either a citizen or business owner of the Caribbean nation.

Wanna know more about tt domains?

There is no restriction on who can register .tt domain names. Domain name owners must be: - A citizen or permanent resident of Trinidad and Tobago either by birth or by descent - A legal entity registered in Trinidad and Tobago.

When you have a .tt domain, there are no restrictions on it. You could start your own website with tt as the extension.

There are many design templates to choose from for free, just do a simple search on Google, Bing, or Yahoo! for "free WordPress templates" if you don't know how to create your own website.

If you have a .com domain it's a good idea to also have a .tt domain. This way your website will show up when people do searches for both of your domains, and it'll be much easier to tell people about your website if they don't know the exact URL.