DOMAIN NAME: t.pl ‘s billing period had finished
created: 1999.09.22 13:00:00
last modified: 2019.07.29 02:24:10
expiration date: 2020.10.21 14:00:00
option created: 2010.09.19 15:47:50
option expiration date: 2022.09.19 15:47:50
UT.PL Marcin Szymonik
ul. Świętokrzyska 30 lok. 63
tel. +48.22 3499850
fax. +48.22 3001275
email: [email protected]
WHOIS database responses and Registrant data available at: https://dns.pl/en/whois
WHOIS displays data with a delay not exceeding 15 minutes in relation to the .pl Registry system
I couldn’t find a Droplist for .pl, so I had to create my own and it took me a while to understand how the Drop for .pl Domains works, but I think I got it now. Something I had to wrap my head around is that Domain Tasting is still a thing for .pl Domains, so almost 100% of .pl Domains that drop get tasted.
This is how I think it works:
- If a Domains gets deleted by the owner, the domain goes into [DELETE_BLOCKED] for 5 days and can’t be renewed anymore.
- If a Domain doesn’t get paid at the billing date, the Domain goes into [BLOCKED] for 30 days or for NASK Domains 90 days. This is the redemption period and in this state the domain can be renewed.
- After [DELETE_BLOCKED] or [BLOCKED] the Domain drops and can be registered/tasted [RESERVED]. It will stay a maximum of 14 days in [RESERVED] state.
- If it doesn’t taste good, it gets the [BOOK_BLOCKED] status for 90 days. After 90 days the domain drops again and can’t be tasted anymore.
I check the domains after [DELETE_BLOCKED] and [BLOCKED]. If the Domain is available, it will be release. If the Domain gets registered/tasted, I keep the Domain in the pending delete list and check it again at the end of [BOOK_BLOCKED].
The Deleted .pl Domains List gets updated every hour, because .pl Domains drop at the exact time you can find in the whois under “expiration date”.