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Google opens doors own domain in USA
Google has opened the doors of its domain registration service for everyone in the United States. From outside the US users can not use the service, though will probably change.
Google Domains Google announced its Domains service as early as June, but until now the service to be by invitation only use . For Americans, this has changed; they can now unrestricted service use . From outside the US Users can leave their email address to be notified when the service is available in their country, which indicates that Google has plans to introduce the service elsewhere. Or service also comes to the Netherlands, is not known.
The domain registration service of Google supports 82 extensions, including well-known extensions such as .com, .net and .org, as well as new extensions .glass, .email, .technology and .pub. The price of a domain varies from 12 to 50 dollars per year, depending on the type of extension.Viewing:-124
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