Information on discounts for e-identification (eID)
If, at the time of domain registration, the holder identifies themselves through e‑legitimation, and the registrar indicates this in the registration transaction, the registrar is entitled to a discount on the domain registration according to the applicable price appendix.
Only e-identifications that have the "Swedish e‑identification" quality mark, at trust level 3 or higher, are initially accepted, this may change over time, and the guidelines will then be updated. Currently, the following e-identifications are covered:
For personal e-identification
- BankID on file, at trust level 3 (Finansiell ID-Teknik BID AB) - BankID on card, at trust level 3 (Finansiell ID-Teknik BID AB) - Freja eID Plus at trust level 3 (Freja eID Group AB) - Mobile BankID at trust level 3 (Finansiell ID-Teknik BID AB) - AB Svenska Pass at trust levels 3 and 4 (AB Svenska Pass)
For organisation e-identification
- EFOS at trust levels 3 and 4 (Försäkringskassan), previously called MCA - Freja Organisation's eID (Freja eID Plus) at trust level 3 (Freja eID Group AB) - Mobile EFOS at trust level 3 (Försäkringskassan) - Mobile SITHS at trust level 3 (Inera AB) - SITHS at trust level 3 (Inera AB)
Source: The Agency for Digital Government in Sweden, DIGG, see link,
Auditing that the registration is validated with accepted e-identification may occur. The necessary documents showing this must be able to be presented upon such a request.
Domain registrations for individuals and sole proprietorships
For domain registrations for natural persons, the name and social security number (personal number) specified in the holder details must match the information disclosed by the provider of the e-identification in the form of the person’s name and social security number.
Domain registrations for organisations
For domain registrations of a legal entity, the specified organisation number in the holder details must match the information disclosed by the provider of the e‑identification.
Many organisations do not have employee e-service credentials, so a temporary solution is also accepted. In this case, the contact person specified for the organisation in the registration details instead verifies themselves with personal e‑legitimation. Their name must then be matched against the information disclosed by the supplier of the e-identification.
Remember that even if there is a verified contact person, the requirements of the registrar agreement regarding the correct holder still apply. The registrar still must ‘in an appropriate manner, verify the accuracy of the information that the Domain Holder is obliged to provide’ upon new registration.
Technical details and EPP
A new EPP extension has been introduced to indicate the use of electronic identification in the registration process. Technical details regarding e-identification (eID) are described in the EPP manual (version 1.7 onwards).
The current EPP manual is available here: https://support.registry.se/en-US/kb/articles/e-legitimationer-godkanda-for-registrarrabatt