Lifetime domains promoted to full status
January 16, 2012
dotPH has upgraded all lifetime domains to full functionality. This means that lifetime domain owners can now enjoy the ff. benefits previously available only to regular domains:
Ease of use -- domains can now be managed 24/7 using the Domain Console.
Speed -- changes to the domain are reflected instantly.
Zero red tape -- no need to submit forms every time the domain is modified.
Lower cost -- no need to pay the P1,350.00 fee every time you modify the domain.
Test drive our new website!
November 23, 2011
Hate software bugs? Us too! Check out http://www.dot.ph and help us make it better for you. Hunt for bugs and send us an email at email@example.com
Our new and improved website is easier on the eyes, but we want to make sure it works well, too. As a dotPH user, your opinion matters most of all. If something doesn't work the way it should, let us know by emailing us:
A brief description of the problem
A screen shot of the page and URL where you found the problem
The date and time you saw the bug
Your operating system (ex. Windows 7, Mac OSX 10.5.8, etc.)
weather.com.ph sells for $5,000.00
November 18, 2011
PH names steadily increasing in value
The domain name weather.com.ph recently sold for $5,000.00 in a private sale brokered by dotPH, the Philippine Domain Registry.
The sale even made a splash internationally. DNjournal.com, the domain industry news source, ranked it #13 on the list of highest country-code domain sales for that period. It beat out other domains from Germany, the US, China and the UK.
It's Official: The Philippines is Now PH
December 2, 2010
For the longest time, the Philippines has been known by the initials “RP,” for “Republic of the Philippines.”
However, the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) will now be using the initials “PH” when referring to the Philippines. This is good news for anyone who has registered a .PH domain, since the initials PH will be getting more exposure and becomes more closely identified with the Philippines.
The DFA believes that the use of the ISO-designated country code PH will lessen confusion since RP also refers to the Republics of Poland, Portugal Panama, Paraguay and Peru.