Update the data of your domain name
Relocating, changing internet Service Provider or the name of your organisation, etc., will have consequences for your domain name. The details you provided when you registered your domain name will no longer be correct.
Why should you keep your details up to date?
If your contact data are not up to date, we will not be able to contact you anymore. Furthermore, you are contractually required to keep your details up to date. This is set out in the general terms and conditions which you accepted when you registered your domain name:
- General Terms and Conditions for .be registrants
- General terms and conditions for .brussels and .vlaanderen registrants
If your data are not up to date, this means that you will no longer be compliant, from the legal and technical point of view, with the general terms and conditions and, in theory, DNS Belgium is entitled to revoke the domain name.
Make sure that your details are correct.
How to update your details
It is important for your contact details linked to your domain name to be updated as and when necessary, such as your address, telephone number or e-mail address.
Please note! You cannot have your details updated directly at DNS Belgium. Only your registrar is entitled to do so. If you do not know who your registrar is, you can always check below.
Changes that cannot be made with an update
There are certain changes that cannot be made with an ordinary update. What happens, for instance, if a name changes and if typos or omissions have to be corrected? This can be done via a monitored update.