HOW TO REGISTER DOMAIN
Domain name applications for .edu.my, .gov.my and .mil.my have to be submitted online via MYNIC's online system. Applications submitted via e-mail will not be entertained.
Applications for .com.my, .net.my and .org.my and .name.my domain names are to be done through MYNIC's officially appointed partners, called Resellers. Please click here for more information on registering through Resellers.
To make your registration process easier, please follow the step-by-step guide below.
For .com.my, .net.my, .org.my, .edu.my, .gov.my, and .mil.my:
These documents provide help for all levels of users and are a guide to the registration process.
This is where you get the latest information and news on domains and the registration process. You are advised to update yourself before submitting your registration form.
You may register for .edu.my, .gov.my and .mil.my domain names using only the online Register New Domain Name form.
Please make sure that you fill in all information accurately. Any form filled in incorrectly or inadequately could cause your application to be rejected, and you will then have to submit a new application.
You are responsible for the accuracy of ALL the information you state in your application form. MYNIC reserves the right to revoke the domain name at any time without prior written notice to you should MYNIC find any of the information supplied in the form to be incomplete, incorrect or inaccurate.
Please take note that all information provided will be made publicly available through the MYNIC Whois Service.
Domain name application forms are processed by MYNIC every working day of the week. Domain names are registered on a 'first come, first served' basis. However, please note that submission of application does not guarantee registration.
Once you have submitted your application form, your Administrative, Technical and Billing Contact will receive an immediate acknowledgement e-mail notice from MYNIC of the submission of your application. Note that only the Contact Persons listed in your application form will receive e-mail notification from MYNIC when the registration is completed.
You must furnish your supporting documents to MYNIC within 14 days from the submission date.
If your application is rejected, your rejection notice will come with a reason why it was rejected. If you want to apply again, you must go through the whole registration process from the start. Check out the FAQ for the most common reasons why applications are rejected.
Your domain name will be registered after MYNIC has received and checked the application and relevant supporting documents.
For information on confirmation activities for registrations processed by Resellers, please click here.
Successful Registrants will be invoiced. You must pay all required fees to ensure your domain name remains registered with MYNIC.
For domain names processed by Resellers, Resellers are authorised to accept registration fees on MYNIC's behalf.
For details on the fees schedule and payment, please refer to the Fees Schedule.