Domains ending with .JP.NET are released this week to the general public, just days after auctions for such premium domains as zen.jp.net, japan.jp.net and sakura.jp.net produced sales prices of up to $1,050 (over 100 times the Recommended Retail Price).
Millions of domains that have been unavailable since the early days of .com, .net and .jp, are now available, ending with .JP.NET. These include:
.JP.NET domains are not restricted to Japanese residents, and may be registered by anyone at such leading Japanese and global registrars as Onamae, Domain Discount 24, Instra, IP Mirror and 101 Domain.
"We are delighted that after domains ending .JP.NET have been embraced by trademark owners and domain investors, they are now available to the global public for instant, effortless and affordable registration", said Ben Crawford, CEO of CentralNic, the Registry for .JP.NET.
.JP.NET is the new domain for Japan, bringing together two highly recognised domain extensions, .JP + .NET, to create one powerful online marketing tool that enables corporations, e-commerce sites, blogs, brands, services, social networks, or any other online endeavour to simultaneously network with Japanese and global communities — offering unparalleled online reach. The new domain for Japan offers incredible versatility together with a restriction-free registration policy. JP.NET is available for registration through leading Japanese and international registrars.
CentralNic PLC is a registry service provider, which derives revenues from the sale of internet domain names. CentralNic Limited owns a very valuable premium domain portfolio, and uses some of the domains such as us.com as Second-Level Domain extensions. CentralNic uses its in-house developed IT platform to distribute its own domain names and those of third parties to a global network of retailers ("registrars"), which sell these to end users. (Learn More)
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