Google Apps Now Offers 30 TLDs (Including ccTLDs)

By: Chris Crum - August 16, 2012

Google announced today that Google Apps now offers 30 top-level domain options, including 22 country code TLDs (ccTLDs). Google has partnered with domaindiscount24.com to offer them.

“A country code top-level domain (ccTLD) such as .com.es or .jp helps companies build a local footprint on the web, and ccTLD support is one of the most-requested features for Google Apps,” said Hugues Vincent from the Google Apps team in a blog post.

“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,” says Vincent. “Your new domain comes configured with all Google Apps services, including Gmail for your custom email addresses (@yourcompany.com).”

The following TLDs will be available to those who sign up for Google Apps:

Google Apps Tlds

The domains, obviously, will be registered with domaindiscount24.com. Prices for the TLDs start at $8 per year.

In other Google Apps news, the company gave an update this week on the transition from Postini to Google Apps, which should be complete by the end of next year. More on that here.

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  • Robin

    I not think what i want to use anything from google anymore, even mobile phone on android. that company cheating lot of peoples.