Risk Free Process

Transfer your domain names to Net Virtue with complete peace of mind.

Seamless Transfer

Port your domain name over without any downtime or issues to your website visitors.

24/7/365 Support

We're here to help, day or night for any assistance you may need.

Transferring to Net Virtue in just few simple steps

1. Submit

Enter the full domain name you’re transferring in the search box, and then click Transfer Domain. Then supply us with the domain name EPP key or password on the next page. Every domain name has a unique EPP key or domain password that you will need to enter during the process.

2. Approve

Ensure that the administrator email address listed for your domain is accurate and accessible. As you’ll use this email address to approve the transfer. An email will be sent to the administrator email address with an approval link. Click the link to approve the domain name transfer process.

3. Sit back and enjoy

You will need to wait for few days from the time you approve the transfer to be completed. We’ll notify you that your transfer is complete.

Enjoy our free features at no additional cost

FREE DNS Hosting

DNS allows for unlimited zones and allows you to add and remove your own records.

FREE Email & Web Forwarding

Our Free DNS includes URL/Email Forwarding, CNAME - A - TXT - SRV - NS etc.

FREE ID/WHOIS Protection

All applicable domains include the option for FREE ID/WHOIS protection.

What our customer says?

We have some of the lowest prices in Australia for domain names with lots of free features such as ID protection, Free DNS hosting, Email & URL forwarding!

We have no limits on how many domains you can transfer in.

.AU domain names will transfer in 48 hours after they've been approved, while gTLDs typically take 5 - 7 days.

You can check the status of the domain name transfer at any time through nvArea.

.AU domains will transfer for free but it will not add more time to your domain name, however, gTLDs will charge for a year in advanced and add another 365 days to your domain once it's been transferred.

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