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Public Domain Registry begins transferring Net 4 India domain registrants

Public Domain Registry (PDR) has begun reaching out to Net 4 India domain registrants with details on how they will transfer their domains to its partner registries. It expects to complete the transfer and account creation process in batches over the coming weeks, starting next week, the company said in an email to Net 4 India domain registrants. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) had appointed PDR as the gaining registrar for all domain names that were with the de-accredited Net4 India registrar. This development comes as a relief to Net4 India customers who have been in limbo, even since Net4 India's bankruptcy proceedings began several months ago. PDR is a US-based company, owned by the Burlington, Massachusetts based Endurance International Group, which owns several domain and web hosting storefronts. PDR is in talks with various partner domain registries to schedule the transfer of the Net 4 India domains and said that it received all the domain registration data through ICANN and is in the process of verifying the data. Once the domain names are transferred, Net 4 India customers will have new accounts with the partner brand and will receive an email with instructions on how to access your account. PDR has said that customers do not have to do anything at their end during this process. PDR is publishing regulate updates on the transfer process here. Note that, country specific codes for Top Level Domains (ccTLDs) domains like .in, which are not administered by ICANN, cannot be…

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