How to Buy or Purchase a Domain Names

Purchasing or Buying Education Domain Name in the Philippines

educational--logoIf you’re planning to buy an Educational Domain name for your school this article can help you. We know that there are many schools that are created in the Philippines but still don’t have their own website or domain names. In this article we will show you how you can get a domain because this is essential to provide good name and reputation for your school, academic center or educational institutions.

Requirements when you purchase Educational Domain(

You’ll be needing a Webmaster that can help you with the process. Before doing anything else please consider the following to get a domain name for your school, academic center or educational institutions.

1. Go to and register your domain you want.

  • Take note that you can host your files from but you can also host your domain to a different hosting provider just like CTRSITE an International Hosting Provider, this will enable users to access the site faster, better and more reliable.

edu domains general information

  • If you have hosted your domain in CTRSITE the settings and configuration below can help you.

Domain Name Server

      • If you need a technical help for this, please email or you might want to contact our professional service.

DNS Server configuration2. Fill up the form properly so that you will not be charged when you will be changing something you already purchased.

3. Pay this through a bank. They don’t have any option like paying it through credit card or Paypal.

  • Registration fee of USD 55/yr or PHP 2200/yr (Choose the cheapest currency for you)
  • Fee for the Renewal of a Domain Registraion USD 55/yr or PHP 2200/yr

Banks Option Payment
Philippine Network Foundation, Inc.,
Union Bank
Ortigas Branch
Philippine Peso Account No. 00-091-002190-9
US Dollar Account 13091-000446-0Any branch of Union Bank will accept a deposit to these accounts. or

Philippine Network Foundation, Inc.,
Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC)
Loyola Heights Branch
Philippine Peso Account No. 0-193-80398-9
US Dollar Account No. 8-193-00513-7Any branch of RCBC will accept a deposit to these accounts.

4. You will be required to send these documents to their office through fax, email or by post mail. You can use this email add:

  • Send proof that the school you are registering is recognized by the DepEd or CHED. As proof, we should
    receive a copy of the school’s DepEd/CHED recognition
  • Proof that the school has authorized
    you to register the domain name for its use.
    As proof, we will accept a letter from the school’s
    president or principal, written on the school’s
    letterhead, authorizing the registration of the
    domain name.
  • Payment Bank details
About The Author: Rosendo Cuyasen Jr. is the head of Eyewebmaster a web developing and SEO firm in the country. You can follow him on twitter@Eyewebmaster account, you can also like him to his Facebook account and Google + account.


  1. Atasha - May 17, 2012 6:12 am

    The instructors are still not that clear for me.

    • Rosendo Cuyasen - May 17, 2012 7:32 am

      Hi Atasha,

      Please let me know what instruction you didn’t get. I would be able to help you if you could email us in our contact us.
      Thank you!

  2. Arjun - August 1, 2012 7:03 am

    How will you know the name of the pimary nameservers?

    • Rosendo Cuyasen - August 1, 2012 7:10 am

      Primary Nameservers will be given through your hosting provider. Go to your control panel and check the details of your primary name server.

      • Arjun - August 3, 2012 7:47 am

        I haven’t tried registering yet but I’m still confused.
        On the forms it said that primary nameservers are required.
        How would I fill up those textboxes if I haven’t have one yet?

        • Rosendo Cuyasen - August 3, 2012 7:54 am

          Hi Arjun,
          I recommend you to purchase first a hosting account and then login to your new hosting account then check the details of the your primary nameservers.
          Rosendo Cuyasen