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About .MOM Domain Names

Hexonet is the sponsor and the backend provider for the .MOM extension.

Important Notice: Effective August 23, 2017, GoDaddy is no longer accepting new registrations or incoming transfers for the .MOM domain extension. If you already owned a .MOM domain with GoDaddy prior to August 23, 2017, you can continue to renew your existing .MOM domain name without any issues.

Features Availability
Renewal Length 1-10 years
Transfers Away Supported
Account Change Supported
Protected Registration Not Supported
Private Registration (DBP) Supported
ConsoliDate Not Supported
Cashparking Supported
Contact Updates Supported

Nameserver Requirements
Must Use
  • 1-13 Nameservers
Can Use
  • DNSSEC
  • IPv4
  • IPv6
  • Vanity Nameservers

Renewals

If auto-renew is enabled on a .MOM domain, we’ll attempt to auto-renew your .MOM domain on its expiration date. In cases where auto-renew fails after the first billing attempt or auto-renew was not enabled at all, we’ll park your .MOM domain name. A parked domain name will show a temporary web page when entering the domain in a web browser. If the domain isn't manually renewed within 40 days following expiration, we cancel it and remove it from your account.

Refund Details

For details on refunds, please visit GoDaddy's Refund Policy page. Most domains will follow the STANDARD REFUND TERMS, but certain domains will have exceptions or may not be refundable at all. So also take a look under:

  • PRODUCTS WITH SPECIAL REFUND TERMS > Domain Name Registrations/Renewals
  • PRODUCTS NOT ELIGIBLE FOR REFUNDS

More Info

  • Since GoDaddy is no longer accepting new registrations for the .MOM domain, you can register other alternate domain extensions. Search to see other alternative domain extension options.

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