What is .int?
The .int web name is a gTLD (generic top-level domain) and the Internet code for International Organizations.
The .int domain has been around since 1988.
Who can register .int domain?
Only legal entities are allowed to buy and register their domain with a .int extension.
Why is it good to choose a domain name with a .int extension?
At .int gTLD (generic top-level domain) the primary used language is English.
English is the 1st most used website language in the world.
What kind of characters can be used in a domain name and how long can it be?
When choosing the name for your domain, always remember that:
The .int domain can contain the English characters ( ie. a-z, A-Z), the digits (0-9) and hyphen "-".
A domain name has to begin with a letter or a number and end with a letter or a number.
Dashes cannot start or end your domain name.
Although the character "-" is allowed inside the name, but cannot have two hyphens in a row.
You cannot use stressed vowels (such as à, é, ò, í) or other special characters and cannot include a space.
The .int domain length should be between 3-63 characters.
Your registration will not be accepted if your web name doesn’t follow the above restrictions.
Domain name registration term allowance:
The .int domain name can be registered 1 to 10 years at one time.
It’s only left to name your website!