Knowledgebase : Domain Names > Domain Name Renewal
No. Unfortunately it is not possible for us to reverse a domain name renewal once it has been processed at the Registry, as the Registry rules do not allow for domain name expiry dates to be wound back
Yes, automatic renewal can be enabled if you choose to store your credit card details against your Freeparking account. Log into our secure account portal [] to enable this feature.
No, currently only our CreateASite, MS-SQL Databases and VPS/VDS Server plans can be paid on a monthly basis.
To view the expiry dates for your domain names login to 'My Account' on the Freeparking webiste and then navigate to the 'Services' tab. All domains and other services are listed along with their 'Next Due Date'.
Domain names can be renewed by logging in to the secure account portal on the Freeparking website. Once logged in either use the Renewals section or manage the domain name and use the 'Renew' button. Payment can be made by credit card or Online banking vi...
No, the domain will simply expire after the due date.
Most domain names are automatically deactivated on the listed expiry date - this basically means that the domain name is still registered, but it no longer works on the Internet for email or website browsing.
If you do not pay to renew your domain name it will be deactivated on the listed expiry date. It will remain in a deactivated state for a period of time during which it can be reactivated by paying the overdue renewal fees. Following the deactivation peri...
There are restrictions on when these domain name extensions become available for renewal. For .uk domain names, you can only renew the registration within 6 months prior to the expiry date. For .au domain names, renewal can only be processed within 90 day...
Yes, 3 reminder notices will be sent by email to the contact email address on record before your domain name is due to expire. Please ensure your contact details are kept up to date to ensure these Renewal Notices are received.