Get a .AM Domain Name from Hover

You host a podcast out of Armenia. You discuss and interview entrepreneurs in your local economy to encourage people to support and invest in Armenian businesses. Your podcast has piqued interest and has global spread. You excitedly share it in multiple languages and with closed-captions for all your audiences abroad. You love seeing the peaks of views at different timezones and in different countries. When you first started broadcasting, you had no idea how far your radio waves would reach. People credit you for drawing attention to the growing businesses in Armenia and the global influence of your country. When you were thinking of the perfect domain name that encapsulates where your brand is based out of and your podcast focus, the .AM domain was the first one to come to mind.

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Why own the .AM Domain Name

The Country Code of Armenia. Get the domain name that represents Armenia for your business or you. Not from Armenia? Anyone can register the .AM domain name. Get yours today!

A Little History about .AM

The .AM Country Code Top-Level Domain (ccTLD) was originally released in 1994. This ccTLD is managed by the Internet Society of Armenia (ISOC.AM), the Armenian chapter of Internet Society (ISOC). ISOC.AM was founded in 1995 and took over managing control of the .AM ccTLD. It was originally intended for use in Armenia and Artsakh, however it's popular for domain hacks and connections to AM radio.

Restrictions on .AM

Anyone in the world can register the .AM extension, however Armenian law prohibits use of the .AM domain for certain things. Read about the rules of use for the .AM domain on The registry reserves right to revoke registrations if the use of the domain breaks the rules.

What do I get with my .AM domain?

  • Available Terms 1–5 years
  • WHOIS Privacy Supported No
  • Transfer Lock Supported No
  • Auth Codes Required for Transfer No
  • DNSSEC Supported No
  • Tiered Price Supported No

    This domain extension supports tiered price domain names. Tiered pricing means that the domain registry has marked some some domain names within this extension as costing more or less than others. Tiered pricing domain names will appear with a blue star, and they have different registration prices than normal. Hover offers tiered pricing to give you the most options when it comes to buying domain names. Tier prices are determined by the registry, and not Hover.