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The TPP Corporate Domain Name Program has been designed to assist large corporations, IP consultants and governments in the complex management of their domain name portfolio, with an emphasis on personal, effective service.

Simply outsource the management of your corporate domain portfolio to the professionals and receive individual service, expert advice, easy domain name registration and renewal.

  • Australia's most trusted registrar, with 1 in 3 Australian domains registered with the Netregistry Group Ltd
  • Highly experienced, personal account manager
  • Access to brand protection services and secondary market through partners
  • Regular domain portfolio reviews and audits

Features of the TPP Corporate Domain Program:

  • Domain portfolio management

    Protect your online intellectual property by entrusting it with our corporate domain specialists.
  • Corporate account manager

    Responsible for your monthly renewal process, custom monthly reporting, dedicated support contact, aftermarket sales manager and manage the invoicing structure.
  • ccTLD support

    With over 160 ccTLDs there are 100 different policies and regulations for each namespace.
  • Enterprise DNS

    TPP Wholesale utilizes a global Anycast DNS network, which delivers a more reliable DNS network.
  • Domain migration specialists

    We can manage your domain migration defining the requirements needed to complete a smooth migration to our Corporate Program.
  • Competitive

    We can tailor a solution to meed your needs, focused giving you the best price and Australian support.

Associated services:

netfleet

Domain Aftermarket

Netfleet is the domain name aftermarket partner for Netregistry Group Ltd.

Receive daily alerts of recommended domain names that are up for sale or auction, simply list your keywords and create a Netfleet Alert.

Place a back-order on a domain name that is already registered to snap it up when it's due to expire. Netfleet will continually monitor the domain 24x7 and attempt to register it the millisecond it becomes available. For more information read the Domain Snapper Back-order User Guide.