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Google Domains exits beta after 7 years, but at least there is a 20% discount

After seven years of beta, Google Domains is finally available in 26 countries . The company domain registration service, among other things, seems to have already met with some success. Google, in fact, very shortly after its launch has already declared that it has “millions of active registrations”. Until April 15, in addition, new and old users are offered a 20% discount on each single domain registration or transfer to Google Domains using the code ” DOMAINS20 “.

Those who decide to use this service will be able to choose from more than 300 different domain suffixes , have access to “high performance DNS” , 24/7 customer support with “real people” and much more. However, if you register a domain with Google Domains, you will need to create a website. In this regard, of course, the company suggests Google Sites.

The service, as previously written, has been in development since 2015 , when a public beta was made available in the United States (after one year earlier an invitation-only beta was released).

Via: GoogleBlog, TheVerge