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.bo

.bo
Introduced 1991
TLD type Country code top-level domain
Status Active
Registry NIC Bolivia
Sponsor ADSIB
Intended use Entities connected with  Bolivia
Actual use Popular in Bolivia
Registration restrictions None
Structure Registrations are made directly at the second level or at the third level beneath established subdomains; second-level registrations are more expensive
Website NIC Bolivia

.bo is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Bolivia. It is administered by ADSIB, As of February 2011, the NIC was offering a registration fee of about $40 USD per year or 280 $Bs for third-level domain and $140 USD per year or 980 $Bs for second level domain. Registration is at the second or third level.

Contents

  • Second level domains 1
  • Third level domains 2
  • Third level domains restricted only to Bolivian institutions 3
  • External links 4

Second level domains

  • .bo - Any entity, person or corporation either domestic or foreign

Third level domains

  • com.bo - Commercial entities
  • net.bo - Network service providers
  • org.bo - Organizations
  • tv.bo - TV media organizations
  • mil.bo - Military institutions
  • int.bo - International Organizations
  • gob.bo - Government (Gobierno)
  • edu.bo - Educational institutions

Third level domains restricted only to Bolivian institutions

  • mil.bo - Military institutions
  • int.bo - International Organizations
  • gob.bo - Government (Gobierno)
  • edu.bo - Educational institutions

External links

  • IANA .bo whois information


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