HostMonster does not limit which domain extensions you may host with us. You simply need to add them to the Domain Manager.
- Adding any Domain Name to your account
Adding any Domain Name to your account
You are welcome to host any domain extension with us by simply assigning the domain to your HostMonster account, and pointing the nameservers to ns1.HostMonster.com and ns2.HostMonster.com.
Click Here for step by step instructions on how to assign a domain to your HostMonster account.
With regards to domain name registration, currently we can register .com .net .org .us .biz and .info domains. All other domain extensions must first be registered with a company capable of registering that extension. From there you should be able to point your nameservers to us so that you can use our hosting services.
If you do wish to purchase additional domains through us, they can be registered for $15.99 each, per domain, per year.
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