Registering dot co id domains has become easier.
Pandi, the organisation controlling registrations of .id internet domains in Indonesia, has simplified the rules for the purchase of .co.id domain names.
From now on individuals and companies must provide their identity card or passport, company registration certificate (SUIP), and pay the yearly fee, says Teddy Sukardi of Pandi.
Previously applicants had to provide a notary certified copy of their SIUP and tax file number details.  Under the new rules proof of trademark registration is still needed if the domain name incorporates the trademarked term.
Teddy hopes the new rules will result in more companies choosing to use the .co.id tld. 
Who the hell will choose a .co.id? Roy Suryo maybe…
Simplified? Well on the Indonesia way. Come on, it’s still much more harder to get them than any .com, .fr or .us. As usual you pay more a get less in Indonesia. Not talking about the bad reputation and lack of professionalism of Pandi…
.co.id? Keep it for the president site only.