Register .ng Domains

Register .ng Domains

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.ng Domains

.NG is Nigeria’s Country-Code Top Level Domain(ccTLD). This means that the .NG Top Level Domain has been reserved specifically for Nigeria. .ng is not just for the Nigerian Government schools, organizations and agencies; it can be used by any individuals, business, churches and agencies that operate in Nigeria.

nigeriadomains.ng is an accredited registrar of NIRA, and can register second level and third level domains of .ng, such as .ng, .com.ng, .org.ng amongst others.

Some .NG domain registrations are examined very strictly and require official documentation before they can be registered.


Why Get .NG Domains?

Nigeriadomains.ng is Proudly Nigerian. We believe in Nigeria and in Nigerian Businesses. Using the .ng extension for your domain name is not just about getting a domain name; it is also about joining a community and being part of a new generation.

Here are some of the other reasons you should get a .ng domain name:

  • Using .NG sends a message to everyone that you believe in Nigeria, and you are proud to be one.
  • Search engines, such as Google, rank the .NG websites higher than other sites in Nigerian searches.
  • Domains are transferred immediately, unlike gTLDs that take a longer period of transfer.
  • You have a wider range of domains to select from when registering with the .NG extension, rather than a gTLD.
  • If targeting the Nigerian market, it is best to use .NG as your domain extension, to enable the Nigerian residents more open to your business.
  • Nigerian secondary schools and institutions can register .sch.ng and .edu.ng respectively.
  • You can also get creative with your domains, such as drivi.ng, sleepi.ng, danci.ng, ceili.ng, just like what Google did with googli.ng and Microsoft did with bi.ng.

Popular .NG Domains Pricing

CurrencyNaira (₦)US Dollars ($)GB Pounds (£)Euros (€)
.ng15,000403035
.com.ng2,000201015
.net.ng2,000201015
.com5,000201015


Domain Features

Whether you manage a flourishing domain portfolio, or simply link your domain with our superb web hosting, we provide excellent domain management features through our Cloud control panel, as standard to all customers.

Set up unlimited forwarders to redirect your emails to addresses elsewhere. You can even use a wildcard setting to capture and send all emails to your domain to one specific address.

Manage advanced DNS, easily. Set up a range of custom records for your domains through our online control panel. You can also configure DNS for Google Apps, Office Live, Wix and more in just 1-click.

All domains are registered in your name, and we give you full control over your contact details. Should you wish to obscure your details, you can use our WHOIS Privacy add-on, and should you wish to transfer away, we won’t stop your or charge any hidden fees.


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Domain Name FAQs


A domain name is the user friendly address that visitors use to find your website. For example, our domain name is nigeriadomains.ng

A domain extension is the last part of your domain name e.g. .ng, .com, .co.uk, .org. There are soon to be hundreds of new domain extensions, including .london, .shop and .blog.

A domain name significantly contributes to your online identity. It is therefore important to choose a domain name which is relevant to your sites content and theme, whilst being easy for users to understand and remember.

There are a number of possible uses for a domain name. You can point your domain to a website, making your site readily accessible to users, or use it to create personalised email addresses. You may also simply register a domain to protect your brands identity from competitors, or to build a potentially valuable domains portfolio to auction in the future.

Yes, it’s possible to hide your details from the publicly accessible WHOIS database.

Yes, that’s not a problem. From nigeriadomains.ng client panel, you can update the nameservers that your domain is pointing to.