Google has opened domain registration for residents of the United States

    The domain registration service , launched by Google six months ago and until today, working only on invites, has become available to everyone *. Unfortunately, so far only for * all US residents , residents of other states are invited to indicate their country and wait for notifications by mail about the beginning of future international expansion.

    Domain prices start at $ 12 for registration in traditional gTLDs (.com .net .org .biz .info). For this money, in addition to standard services that are more or less the same for most registrars, customers receive private registration at no additional cost, the ability to create up to 100 sub-domains of the 3rd level and telephone support during working hours.
    Customers can also instantly associate a newly registered domain with their blog on and use one of several site designers: Shopify, Squarespace, Wix, Weebly.

    PS Perhaps the most popular commentary on this news on English-language sites: “Finally I will say:“ Goodbye, GoDaddy! “”

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