Registrars

 

The following organizations (listed in alphabetical order) are BNNIC accredited registrars. This means they are authorized by BNNIC to provide services to people who want to register a new domain name, renew their existing domain name, or make changes to their domain name record.

The registration of all Brunei Government domain names (.gov.bn) are handled by the E-Government National Centre (EGNC), and is strictly limited to the Government of Brunei Darussalam Ministries and Departments. For more information please, click here.

Specific services and fee schedules may vary from registrar to registrar.

 

DST Network Sdn Bhd
Contact : DST Care
Mobile : +673-8987151
Email : http://www.dst.com.bn/contact-us
URL : http://www.dst.com.bn/


 

Telekom Brunei Berhad
Contact : Telekom Brunei Berhad
Mobile : +673-2321321
Email : https://www.telbru.com.bn/ecare
URL : https://www.telbru.com.bn/

Become a Registrar

Accreditation Requirements

To be an accredited registrar, you must meet the requirements listed below. Further information can be found in the Guidelines for Application document.

  1. Prior Experience:

Each applicant must have at least 6 months prior experience in domain name registrations and management as a reseller or an accredited registrar of other gTLDs or ccTLDs.

  1. Technical Capability:

The applicant needs to demonstrate how it can accommodate all archival database requirements. Detailed plans also need to be submitted with regard to security systems, provision of daily back-ups, maintenance of database, etc.

  1. Business Capability:

A business plan must be submitted by the applicant on how it can efficiently and securely handle registration services.

  1. Financial Capability:

Applicants must establish that they have a minimum of BND$50,000 in working capital for the preceding 2 years prior to the application.

  1. Organisational Capability:

Ability to provide prompt and efficient customer service and technical support to registrants must be demonstrated by the applicant.

Accreditation Process

Once an Application form is submitted, the accreditation process will commence.

  1. The applicant submits its application to BNNIC with all necessary supporting documents and information requested for in the Application Form.

  2. BNNIC evaluates the submitted application and clarifies with the application on certain areas if the need arises. BNNIC may also request for more information from the applicant if the initial supporting documents and information provided are deemed insufficient.

  3. BNNIC grants a provisional acceptance of the applicant as its registrar once the application is approved

  4. The applicant goes through an OT&E test to ensure its technical systems are able to connect smoothly to those of BNNIC's.

  5. The applicant will be confirmed as an accredited registrar of BNNIC once it passes the OT&E test. Both the registrar and BNNIC will also need to endorse upon the Registrar Accreditation Agreement (RAA).

 

Fees and Payments

Item Amount in (BND $) When
Application Fee $1,000 (one-time) Applicants will need to pay BNNIC this fee at the point of application.
Registration Accreditation Fee $1500 Per Year As each accreditation is for a period of 2 years, at the point of provisional acceptance of a registrar, the registrar will need to pay $3,000 to BNNIC.
Deposit Amount $3000 At the point of provisional acceptance of a registrar, this amount will need to be paid to BNNIC. This amount will be used as the registrar’s opening balance within the system. Registrations and other domain actions like renewals will be drawn down against this deposit account.