I found a domain that has already expired - when can I register it?

In order for an existing domain name to be re-registered by anyone other than the current owner,

it must be completely released by the Registry. Unfortunately, at the present time there is not
a set schedule for releasing expired domain names. Most domains are released within a few
months of their expiration. The best solution is to use our backorder Service. As soon as the
domain name is released, we will attempt to secure it for you. There is no risk with the backorder
service as you only pay if we successfully secure the domain name for you.

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