Google announced today that Google Domains has exited beta and is now available in 26 countries worldwide. The service has been in beta since 2015. Yes, really.
“Building your online presence starts with a domain. It’s your online address, your home on the web, and it should be simple to get started,” Google’s Lorenzo Baloci writes. “With millions of active registrations, we know how valuable domain names are to customers, and we take seriously the responsibility to provide a service that’s often at the very heart of a business, brand, or passion.”
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To celebrate this milestone, Google is offering 20 percent off any single domain registration or transfer for new and existing customers, through April 15. Just use the code DOMAINS20 at purchase time.
You can learn more at Google Domains.