Q: How do I transfer my domain to Enet Online Solutions?

ANS:

Before you can transfer, ensure the following:

  • Your domain should not be LOCKED. If the domain status is LOCKED, the transfer will fail.
  • Request EPP code from your current registrar. This is the authorization code to authenticate the transfer of the domain.
  • Ensure that the registrant contact email address is an email address that you have access to. Transfer Approval email will be send to this email.
  1. From our Home Page, click on Domains, then Transfer domains
  2. Choose ""
  3. Type the domain name and choose the TLD extension
  4. Click on "Check Availability"
  5. If the domain is available for transfer, Check the checkbox next to it, and click Add to Cart.
  6. If you would like to buy hosting account from us click on  [No Hosting! Click to Add]
  7. Choose the Category of your hosting
  8. Choose the Hosting plan by clicking Order Now
  9. Choose ""
  10. Click on Continue
  11. Choose the Billing cycle, then click on Update Cart
  12. Enter the EPP Code, check additional setting (e.g. DNS Management [FREE], Email Forwarding[FREE], ID Protection)
  13. Enter Promotional Code (if you have a valid Coupon) and Click Validate Code
  14. Click on Check Out
  15. Login or Signup by completing the form provided.
  16. Choose the Payment Gateway
  17. Accept Terms
  18. Click on Complete Order

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