The .EE domain is extremely important for defining Internet identity for everyone who lives and works in Estonia.
You can register .ee domains in three easy steps:
Step 1 – Compose a valid and permissible domain name
The name of your domain must be created in a permitted configuration. To make things more clear, the names of .EE Internet domains can consist of letters from the English alphabet (from “a” to “z”), numbers (from 0 to 9) and hyphens (“-“). IDN is allowed too. However, the domain name cannot begin or end with a hyphen, nor can it contain two consecutive hyphens in the 3rd or 4th character positions. Any punctuation other than the hyphen and the full stop is prohibited. Domain names must be a minimum of two characters long and a maximum of 63 characters long.
Step 2 – Check that the domain name is available
The desired domain name can be yours, but only if it’s available for registration. This can be checked through querying availability through a service called WHOIS. This service allows you to find out if the required Internet domain name is free. If it’s taken, it can tell you who owns it. The service is available on the following address: whois.tld.ee or in the form below.
Step 3 – Register the domain
The final step is to register your domain. You can complete the selection, registration and payment for your domain name online on the website, www.istanco.com. This way, the whole registration process can be done in a matter of several minutes.