Thursday, August 16, 2012

[G] Google Apps domain registration has gone global

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Official Google Enterprise Blog: Google Apps domain registration has gone global

Posted by Hugues Vincent, Google Apps team

A country code top-level domain (ccTLD) such as or .jp helps companies build a local footprint on the web, and ccTLD support is one of the most-requested features for Google Apps. We’re delighted to announce that today – thanks to a partnership with – that we now offer 30 top-level domain (TLD) options, including 22 ccTLDs, with prices starting at $8 per year.

Now, businesses that wish to sign up for Google Apps but don’t yet have a domain name have plenty of local options to choose from during sign-up. Your new domain comes configured with all Google Apps services, including Gmail for your custom email addresses ( Your domain will be registered with

Here is the full list of TLDs now available when you sign up for Google Apps:

GlobalAsia-PacificLatin AmericaEurope

We hope this gives new Google Apps customers more flexibility in their domain registration to help boost their local presence on the web.

Editors note: is a member of the KeyDrive Group. All registrars of the KeyDrive Group manage together more than 6 million domains for more than 300,000 customers worldwide.

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