As of June 11, 2013 special characters for a .be domain name are possible.

Good news! Olé-pistolé.be!

Dns.be decided that a series of characters which are used in the three official Belgian languages (Dutch, French and German) are allowed for the registration of a .be domain name. On top of that, characters from other European languages such as Swedish, Danish and Finnish will also be included.

The following characters are allowed: ß, à, á, â, ã, ó, þ, ü, ú, ï, ç, õ, ö, ÿ, ý, ò, æ , é, è, ê, ì ô, í , ù, î, û, ñ, œ, ø, ë, ä, ð, å.

As of May, you can specify your desired domain names. We keep a list in a database and will send it "first thing" on June 11 to Dns.be for registration. *

Did you want to register for eg: hôteldeville.be, aléalé.be, Alexanderstraße.be, mesmémoires.be, ... for a while now? Well, do not hesitate to send us an email to sales@easyhost.be. We will do the rest! You only have to pay when the domain has been registered to you! This, of course, at the standard rate for a registration of a .be domain name.

Fast and easy!

* Easyhost does not guarantee that your domain name can be registered. Upon successful registration, you will pay the same rate as a normal .be domain.

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