The domains from Austria are ".at". This is special interesting, because in English, at has
a meaning. You could form combination with files, which are sentences like e.g.
If your desired name is taken at ."at", you can try to register it at .co.at or
If you want to have a strong presence in Austria, it is recommended, that you register your
name as well at ".at" as at .co.at, biz.at, info.at and .or.at. Otherwise a competitor could annoy you by registering your name at .co.at
You can get also domains at .at, co.at, info.at, biz.at and .or.at with special characters like ä, ö and ü.
The standard at-Domain costs 60 EUR/year.
The new Austrian short domains are coming!
The introduction of short domains: That’s how it works!
Austria is on the threshold of a new domain era: the
1.3 million existing domains will be joined by a group
of all-new one and two character domains.
In total, 4,965 single and double digit .at domains will
be made available: these include number-only domains
such as 1.at and 12.at, as well as letter and number
combinations like 1a.at and k2.at and letter-only do-
mains including aa.at and f.at. Letter options extend to
all of the 34 characters in the IDN table, meaning that
special characters such as ü, ä, ç and å are permitted.
To ensure that the allocation process is as fair and
transparent as possible, the new domains will be in-
troduced in phases. The sunrise phase for trademark
owners begins on 29 August 2016. Members of the
general public should make a note of 7 November
2016 in their diaries – the date that all of the remai-
ning short domains are auctioned off.
Price advantage in the Sunrise Phase:
If the request for a brand domain during the Sunrise phase is introduced as registrar by us and the short at-domain is charged by us,the domain costs instead of 200 EUR only 170 EUR. The processing fee per application of EUR 100 is added.
Price of short at-domain at the General Availability
The short at-domains cost 80 EUR /domain and year.
Consider our trade conditions, Registrants rights and responsibilites and the
conditions of the Austrian Registry.