Guinea-Bissau gets .gw internet domain

Thursday 27 November 2014 | 15:43 CET | News
Guinea-Bissau has a new internet domain (.gw), according to the country's National Regulatory Authorities (ARN), responsible for the telecommunications sector in the country, reports Noticias ao Mundo. For CFA 30,000 (EUR 45.73) it is possible to get an internet address ending with .gw for a period of two years. The process was launched with the support of the DNS.pt association, responsible for Portugal's top level domain (.pt) and collaborating with other African Portuguese-speaking countries in this area. There are three Portuguese companies that sell the domain, Amen.pt, PTisp and

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Countries: Guinea-Bissau
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