Asian Domains: China (.net.cn)
Important: When entering your search string don't write “www” or the Chinese domain type, ie. “net.cn”. Therefore to search “www.bb-online.net.cn” enter “bb-online” and nothing else.
The only letters allowed within a domain name are: a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z - 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9. Spaces are NOT ALLOWED.
To register .net.cn domains your future Chinese domain, click here!
Once the domain is registered
All Chinese domain names registered with us are stored on our international server. Domains registered with us are automatically provided with their own under-construction page - this notifies potential registrants that the name has been acquired and is now registered. The under-construction page is offered free of charge and may be used indefinitely.
It is possible for Web and/or Mail forwarding to be provided for Chinese domains.
Domain transfer/release fees are charged are by a majority of registrars, but BB Online make no charge to transfer a domain to another Chinese domain name registrar.
Used by many sites in mainland China and sites of companies attempting to market to mainland China; much hoarding and speculation by foreigners is going oncitation needed
Some domain names may be classified by the registry as a premium domain name and will command a higher price. If you request a premium domain name we will contact you before completing your order.
In addition, the registry may at any time reserve domain names from registration or the sale may be restricted to comply with ICANN requirements.
The domain name administration in People's Republic of China is done through a branch of the Ministry of Information Industry. This ministry oversees everything from telecommunications to broadcasting similar to the Federal Communications Commissionin the United States. The registry is maintained by China Internet Network Information Center (CNNIC). The actual registrations are done through commercial registrars similar to other parts of the world. Neulevel has entered into a partnership with CNNIC to market .cn outside mainland China.
It is currently the second most common top-level domain, only after .com, but before .de, and .net, with over 12 million registrations.
International domain names from BB Online since 1997