Manage your domain name's web address by forwarding and changing it as often as you like. You can also take advantage of URL masking (also called 'cloaking') which displays your domain name in the browser address bar.
You can easily manage your domain Nameservers and DNS records from your account.
Allows you to create DNS records for your domain, including A records, MX records, NS, and CNAME records, without needing your own name servers. More about Advanced DNS Management
Forward as many email aliases as you wish.
Did you know that current ICANN regulations require that your Private contact information (WhoIs Info) should be included in a publicly accessible Database?
This means that your private information is displayed and made available to anyone who wants to see it, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
Now it's possible for your domain name in "whois" to be anonymous!
Protect your private WhoIs information by switching your "public" domain registration to a "private" unlisted registration through Freezone's 'Privacy Protection'.
Would you rather have the publicly available "WhoIs" information did not show your home address, phone number and all of your other private contact details?
A domain name is your unique identity on the Internet, for example, mydomain.co.uk It is a company's or individuals presence on the Internet. A domain name is used with your web address and email. If your domain name is mydomain.co.uk your web site address would be www.mydomain.co.uk and your email could be email@example.com