Steps to extend your .RO domain validity

  1. Create a list of domains you own

    It's a good idea to write down the names of .RO domains you own. If you don't remember the names, RoTLD has a tool to lookup domain names based on owner's email address.

    Click here to retrieve your list of domains.

  2. Check the expiration date

    Domain names will expire 5 years after the registration date. If your domain was registered (or the owner was changed) before the year 2014, then the domain will expire in 2018.

    You can use our tool to simulate the expiration date of the domain based on registration date.

  3. Transfer your domain to EUReg

    Domain validity extension is done by a RoTLD partner, such as EUReg, but we must be the Registrar on record to be able to extend your domain.

    To transfer your domain to EUReg, a free and instant operation, you need to obtain a transfer key from RoTLD.

    View the step by step tutorial how to obtain the transfer key from RoTLD.

  4. Extend your domain validity

    From March 1st 2018 onwards, you can add between 1 and 10 years to the validity of your domain.

    Maximum validity period for any .RO domain is 10 years.