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.bj
Introduced 1996
TLD type Country code top-level domain
Status Active
Registry Network Information Center - Benin
Sponsor Office of Stations and Telecommunications of Benin
Intended use Entities connected with  Benin
Actual use Gets a little bit of use in Benin
Registration restrictions Need administrative contact in Benin
Structure Registrations are available directly at the second level, or at third level beneath some second-level labels
Website nic.bj

.bj is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Benin. It is administered by the Office of Stations and Telecommunications of Benin.

The zone “.bj” is broken up into two separate categories: public domains (such as: .bj, .gouv.bj, .mil.bj, .edu.bj, .gov.bj, .asso.bj, etc.) and sectoral fields (such as: .barreau.bj, .com.bj, etc.).

Alphanumeric terms made up of letters of the French alphabet from A to Z, digits from 0 to 9, and hyphens are allowed in domain names. Domain names that are composed of a single character, are composed of two letters only, or begin or end with an hyphen cannot be registered.

External links

  • IANA .bj whois information



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