Useful information about .lc domains
Trends & General Information
The .lc domain is the official Internet country code top-level domain of the Caribbean island nation St. Lucia. This small country with about 174,000 inhabitants is located in the Eastern Caribbean region. Internet country code top-level domain of St. Lucia was introduced in 1991, since then NIC.lc manages registered domains.
There are almost no requirements for registering a personal .lc domain, so that every interested person can buy and register his own domain: Check out easyname - we offer registrations in real time, excellent service and fair conditions. Do you have further question? Please feel free to send a message to firstname.lastname@example.org - our customer service would like to help you.
Further information on .lc domains
Because the .lc domain is one of the more exotic TLDs, in particular companies who are located in Saint Lucia use the potential, which .lc domains have to offer. Only a few foreign users buy and register their own .lc domains.
Are you interested to register your own domain with the official extension of Saint Lucia? Now, it's possible for any interested Internet users and webmasters around the world to buy and register his personal .lc domain. Whether you want to create a professional corporate presence or an innovative project: The .lc domain offers you as well as the .bz domain of Belize or the .hn domain of Honduras much room for your ideas.
When choosing your personal domain, between 3 and 63 characters are available. Numbers and hyphens in your domain are permitted as well as pure numeric domains. Special characters are unfortunately not allowed.
Due to the size of the island, it is assumed that only a few foreign Internet users buy and register their .lc domain. Rather, it is a typically country-specific domain that is mainly popular in the region around St. Lucia. If your company have economic, cultural or ethnic connections to St. Lucia, we highly recommend buying your desired domain as attractive top-level domain in the Caribbean area.