Why .gg ?
What does the .gg extension mean?
Where does the .gg extension come from? This extension is the official domain of the island of Guernsey. Residents, professionals or individuals, it doesn't matter, everyone can choose to buy a .gg domain name. Despite its dependence on the British crown, it has its own extension, administered by the channel isles registry which also manages the .je, tld of the bailiwick of Guernsey.
Why buy a .gg domain name?
Buying a .gg domain name with its sub-domains allows people to get a higher level of online visibility among Guernsey residents, which will in fact give you an edge when promoting your services. Furthermore, for industries such as video games, it is common to see a web page with a .gg domain name since it also refers to a phrase often used by video game players. GG means "good game", an abbreviation used to congratulate a player.
Your ideal extension
Whether it's for your video game business, or because you're based on the Channel Island, registering your domain name with .gg will make it easier for you to reach your target. A web address with this unique extension is a great way to attract the attention of your audience to your website.
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Rules and particularities of .gg domain names
.GG domain names on Gandi.net
Accreditation: Gandi has been accredited by Island Networks Ltd since February 2012.
Terms and Conditions
Assigning: .GG domain names are open to everybody.
Syntax: From 1 to 63 alphanumeric characters or a hyphen (excluding in the first and last place).
IDN (accented domain names): Yes.
Registration period: 1 year.
Second-level extensions: Yes, .co.gg, .net.gg and .org.gg.
Renewal: domains are deactivated upon deletion, it is possible to renew up to 30 days following the expiration date.
Transfer (change of Registrar): The request is launched from the website of the domain's new registrar. Be sure that you have the domain's auth code (failing this, the transfer has to be approved by the losing Registrar), that the domain's status is not "TransferProhibited", and that it does not expire soon. The transfer must be confirmed by email and the registration period is extended by one year.
Change of Ownership: Available on our interface, expiration date remains unchanged.
Deletion process: Quarantine of 12 days, see this table.
Domain names at the Registry are registered under a continuous ongoing contract. In other words, they never 'expire. If a domain name is no longer required you must cancel the contract of registration.
REGISTRAR-REDEMPTION phase: 12 days following the deletion of the domain. The domain remains registered to the registrant until the expiry of this period.
During those twelve days you may restore domain names for a small fee.
REGISTRY REDEMPTION phase : 12 days following the end of the REGISTRAR-REDEMPTION phase. Former registrants can re-register their cancelled domain name, for twice the registrar-restore fee.
If the domain is not restored within these deadlines, either the Registry will delete the domain name, which will become available for registration on a “first come first served” basis, or the domain name will be retained by the Registry and may become available on auction at the Registry entire and sole discretion
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