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Establish trust and credibility in Lithuania. A .LT domain gives you an identity in Lithuania that goes a long way in building trust in the local online market. Lithuanians prefer sites with .LT when shopping or researching businesses online. This domain extension shows them your business has locals in mind and speaks their language. Whether you're a small business based in Lithuania or a larger corporation looking to enter this market, .LT can help you appeal to the Lithuanian residents.
.LT domains aren't just for Lithuanians - they're open to everyone! You can use the .LT domain to create fun domain hacks such as difficu.lt, qui.lt, adu.lt, sa.lt, and more! Get creative and find a domain hack for yourself. You can even create a custom short link .LT that compliments your already established website. .LT is here to make your unique ideas become reality.
Develop and speak to your Lithuanian audience while improving your brand's discoverability within the country. Register your .LT domain today to help your business break into the Lithuanian market!
Looking for an internationalized domain name (IDN)? .LT supports all languages. Use our IDN search to find and register the right international .LT domain name now!
The .LT registry, domreg.lt, requires that a registrant is set when a domain is registered. This registrant cannot be changed later through the Dynadot control panel. Instead, you have to create a "Trade Order" to change the registrant. This order costs the same as registering the domain itself. However, it does change the domain expiration to one year from the trade completion date. To perform a domain trade, first submit the trade request on the .LT registry website. Then on your domain info page in the Dynadot control panel, there is a box named "LT Trade" where you can place a trade order to complete the trade procedure.
Lithuania is located in Europe along the southeastern shore of the Baltic Sea. It is bordered by Latvia, Belarus, Poland, and the Russian exclave of Kaliningrad Oblast. The population of Lithuania is about 3 million as of 2012 with the majority of people being ethnically Lithuanian and a mix of Poles, Russians, and Belarusians. Lithuanian is the official language.
|Renewal Grace Period||0 Days|
|Deletion Grace Period||0 Days|
|Restore Period||30 Days|
|IDN Supported||Yes, See Languages|
|Registration Price (1 year)||$12.99|
|Renewal Price (1 year)||$12.99|
|Transfer Allowed||Free Tagins|