The right to concede a Domain Name to any individual or entity, either Greek or non-Greek, irrespective of their homeland or headquarters, is applicable to every one, both Greek and non-Greek individuals or entities
A Domain Name can consist of at least three (3) and no more than sixty (60) characters, excluding the suffix. For Names of Greek characters, the upper limit of sixty characters applies to the length of the encoded form (punycode)
Name concession is not relevant to our web design and web hosting services. You may order a hosting package through our site or check out our web design packages.
For domains with .gr and .eu suffixes, domain registrations in Greek characters, eg. πόιντερ.gr and πόιντερ.eu are made instantly in exactly the same manner as for the rest of the domains.
A domain name (Internet name) is a word one can select so as to be able to connect to a computer on the Internet. This word is always further defined by a suffix, which in some way characterizes the Internet 'domain' to which it belongs. Thus, for a .gr 'domain', a domain name will have the name. gr format, and one can visit the corresponding web pages by typing an address of the http//www.name.gr. in a browser