امارات. United Arab Emirates Domain Registration
To register your امارات. (DotEmarat) - .AE Internationalised Domain Name, simply enter your domain name in English with space in between each word to be transliterated correctly into Arabic language and click the check domain button to check for its availability.
WARNING: This service provides no guarantee on accurate Arabic translation. Please verified the translated name with a person professional in Arabic language before ordering your domain.
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امارات. Domain Information
امارات. (dotEmarat) is the Arabic equivalent of .AE domain extension, the country code top level domain (ccTLD) of United Arab Emirates (UAE). Approved by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICAAN) in earlier 2010, امارات. stands for a new era of Arabic Internet identity. With امارات., people are now able to use domain names entirely in Arabic characters.
امارات. presents a new opportunity to expand the number of Internet users and enhance the Arabic identity for UAE. The Telecommunications Regulatory Authority (TRA) of UAE takes امارات. launch as an important part of its strategy to support and enhance Arabic content on the Internet. "Our objective is to support Arabic content over the internet and build a strong identity for UAE and Arab countries across the World Wide Web. We encourage all companies and entities in the UAE to register for '.ae' and Name (امارات.) '.emarat' as it represents their local business identity and brings their country pride." Mohamed Naser Al Ghanim, TRA Director General.
For more information and FAQ on امارات. domains, please refer to Overview of DotEmarat Launch, DotEmarat Launch Policy and DotEmarat Domain Name Policy.
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امارات. Bulk Domain Registration
Register your امارات. domain names in Bulk, simply enter your names below (one domain per line).