BigRock is a great destination for Domain Registration and related services. So in addition to offering a world class domain name suggestion tool we also offer a much needed WHOIS lookup tool to allow you to get access to registrant details for the domain name of your choice.
With domain names being registered rapidly across the internet, finding the one you want for your website is not always easy. Especially if you have finalized a certain name for your business or your blog. So what do you do when the desired domain name is already registered? That’s where a quick WHOIS lookup can help. This tool lets you find out detailed information about the registrant who currently owns the domain name you desire. This tool is widely used by prospective buyers for acquiring domain names, domain registrars for transferring domains, and by government authorities to manage internet security.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) requires every successful domain name registration to be added into a WHOIS database. A WHOIS lookup tool lets you search this online and get detailed info on any domain name with a click of your mouse. It’s mandatory for Domain Registrars to offer a WHOIS lookup service. At BigRock we also offer domain suggestions via our WHOIS name spinner tool in case you are not available to procure the domain name of your choice.
Our web hosting plans provide sufficient resources for a personal or small business website. There are no set limits on the bandwidth and disk space for Shared and Reseller Hosting.
However, all customers need to be compliant with our Terms of Service. For eg., Your website should not utilize more than 25% server resources for a duration longer than 90 seconds. Also, the web hosting plan should not be used for file storage or sharing. While it is rare, we might have to suspend your account, if the resource usage is affecting the customers on the same server.
In case you exceed the bandwidth, we will send an email asking you to limit your usage and we might throttle your site’s bandwidth to ensure other users on the system are not affected.