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.gh

.gh
gh.nic
Introduced 1995
TLD type Country code top-level domain
Status Active
Registry Ghana Network Information Center
Sponsor Network Computer Systems
Intended use Entities connected with  Ghana
Actual use Gets some use in Ghana
Registration restrictions Company must be registered in Ghana, and domain administrator must be located there
Structure Registrations are at third level beneath second-level labels; second-level registrations were formerly taken
Dispute policies UDRP
Website GhNIC

.gh is the country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Ghana.

Second level domains

  • .com.gh - for companies
  • .edu.gh - for schools
  • .gov.gh - for government
  • .mil.gh - for military (the only subdomain is gaf.mil.gh for the Ghana Armed Forces)
  • .net.gh - for internet service providers (only enterprisegroup.net.gh and ecoband.net.gh as of May 2013)
  • .org.gh - for organizations

There are some exceptions to these domains: parliament.gh for the Parliament of Ghana, isoc.gh for the ISOC Ghana Chapter, nic.gh for the Ghana Network Information Center, cocobod.gh for the Ghana Cocoa Board, techgov.gh for Techgov and yellowpages.gh for the Yellow Pages Ghana Directory.

External links

  • IANA .gh whois information
  • .gh domain registration website



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