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Sibername announces that General Availability For .PW Opens

March 25, 2013

General Availability for .PW domain names start on Monday 25 March, 2013. During this period any applicants can register the available.

Ottawa, ON (PRWEB) March 25, 2013

ICANN Registrar SiberName announces that general availability for .PW domain names start on Monday 25 March, 2013. During this period any applicants can register the available .PW domains on a first come, first served basis. Once the General Availability period will start, anyone who wish to apply for .PW domain names will be able to do so.

The General Availability phase is the third of the three-part launch process of .PW domain names,that started with the Sunrise period and continues with the Landrush period. The Landrush period was a 31-days period set aside for anyone who wanted to secure premium .PW domain names. At the end of this period, .PW domain names that had only one application were simply awarded, while those with two or more applications will proceed to a closed mini-auction between the respective applicants.

.PW is a new alternative for businesses around the world. It is particularly valuable for business and individuals interested in registering domain names with their search engine keywords.

.PW is unrestricted. Anyone can register a .PW domain name.

SiberName has designed a new web page for registerin the .PW domain names and it can be accessed at http://sibername.com/en/canadiandomainregistration/pw-generalavailability.php

The registration fees for general availability are $12.95 for the first year.

About SiberName

SiberName was formed in 2000 and is been in business over 12 years as an ICANN , CIRA and Eurid Registrar. It was formed by domain name experts and has participated in nearly every ICANN Landrush period since its formation. It is based in Ottawa, ON, CANADA. For more information, visit http://www.sibername.com

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