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.at registrars, requirements and history
Although the vast majority of Internet users are unaware, the addresses of their favorite websites have a technical name: Top-Level Domains. These Top-Level Domains, or TLDs as they're sometimes called, come in many varieties, so many in fact that countries themselves have their own TLDs.
The Top-Level Domain of Austria, for instance, is the .at domain. In existence through popular demand since 1988, the .at domain is the official Austrian web address. As such, it is administered by the Austrian government, specifically the Austrian Domain Registry (NIC), and any websites hosted in or originating from Austria are appended with the '.at' extension.
A particular advantage of this TLD is the availability of many short domains, especially in comparison with the more widely-known '.com' and '.net' variety. This is ideal for businesses, since the shorter and catchier a domain is, the easier it is for customers to remember and spread it. There are no special requirements in place regarding the use of an .at domain, though it is most popular in and originally intended for use in Austria itself (and for/by those entities connected with Austria in some way).
A unique feature of the .at Top-Level Domain not shared by other domains of this type is their longevity. Unlike .org, .com, .net, and even other country-specific domains, .at domains do not expire until the user actively cancels them.
In taking all of the above into consideration, it is no surprise that even though its original purpose was internal use, the Austrian .at TLD is ideal for and widely used by businesses, domain speculators, and the like.
Note: Technically a top-level country domain for Austria it's also sometimes used to spell out phrases (similar to Italy's .it domain).