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Get your .UK domain name for FREE* when you register your .uk domain name with before 7th Jan 2016

This month Ecenica have teamed up with Nominet, the UK domain name registry, to bring you a fantastic offer on free .uk domain names.

If you already own a UK family domain name – that’s a, or domain name, and registered the domain before 28th October 2013 you may be eligible to take up your rights to the .uk domain name for free.

So, for example we currently own, meaning we would be able to register free for the first year.

How do I know if I’m eligible for a free .UK domain?

Unlike other domains, there are currently some limitations on who can register certain .uk domains. To find out if you’re eligible to register your free .uk domain name simply enter your preferred .uk domain name in Nominet’s Rights Lookup Tool.

To use the tool. Enter the .uk domain you wish to register with Ecenica, e.g. and click Lookup. On the next screen, you’ll see the lookup results. If the result shows “Domain name:, Right of registration:”, this means that the registrant of has rights to the domain

This offer isn’t around for long so make sure you register your free .UK domain name with before 7th January 2016.

What is .uk?

The .uk domain is the new, shorter, snappier UK web address for both businesses and individuals.

Why register .uk domains with

  • Over 400,000 people and businesses are using the shorter .uk.
  • New .uk matches other shorter country codes like .de and .fr.
  • Shorter .uk works better with Twitter where every character counts.
  • Easier to remember and type.
  • is a Nominet Accredited Channel Partner.

Take advantage of our limited time offer and order your free .uk domain with today!

Register Your Domain Now »

If you have questions about our free .uk special offer (or Ecenica in general) we’d love to hear from you. Tweet us @ecenica or email us.

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