6th December 2013

.Uno Specifics

Background of .uno

NetNames has been given notice that dotLatin LLC plan to open the .uno new Top Level Domain registry on the 9th December 2013. The .uno gTLD will be supported by Neustar as the back-end provider. The .uno TLD will be an open registry and will offer the following registration periods:-

Trademark Sunrise9th December 2013 to 6th February 2014✔
Landrush12th February to 13th March 2014✔
General Availability19th March 2014 onwards✔

DotLatin will be offering Sunrise registrations to all Trademark Clearinghouse (TMCH) verified mark holders. Any valid duplicate applications made during the Sunrise period will be resolved by means of an auction after the close of the phase on the 6th February 2014. Sunrise orders can be placed via your NetNames Domain Management Portal or via your Account Manager. Should you still wish to place any trademarks with the TMCH, please contact your Account Manager.

DotLatin will be offering a Landrush application period for non-TMCH registrants. This short phase allows registrations on a first-come, first-serve basis of any strings not registered during the Sunrise phase. Any duplicate applications will be handled by an auction at the end of Landrush. Contact your Account Manager for more details on how to apply during the Landrush phase.

.Uno Information

Registration Info

  • The .uno gTLD will be available to any applicant without restriction
  • Registrations can be for 3 to 63 characters
  • .uno will support IDN registrations in Spanish script
  • .uno will not offer a blocking solution.
  • Applications made in the Trademark Sunrise and Landrush phases will incur a one-off fee which will be billed in the next invoice period and is non- refundable.

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