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How long does it take to get my domain name working on your server?

New Domain Registration
For new domain registration, please go to http://service.asphosthelpdesk.com/ to register a new domain name. If you have not registered on this portal before, you must always create a new account to start. If you have PayPal account and it is verified, your domain name will be available within 24 hours. Please login to the domain control panel and check the status. If the status is shown pending, please kindly contact us via our Help Desk System


Existing Domain DNS Changes
For an existing domain name, you need to contact your current domain registrar to arrange the DNS changes. Normally, it takes 12-24 hours for your domain to resolve properly


Existing Domain Transfer
For an existing domain transfer, normally it will take between 5-7 days for the transfer to be completed. If you like to transfer a domain name to us, please refer to this article. You can check the WhoIs information of your domain here at http://www.internic.net/whois.html


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