.IN domain gets a big push from Indian domain registrars

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Mumbai: Indian internet registrars like NIXI, BigRock and others are giving a big push to .IN domain names to mark India’s 75th independence this year.

These Indian internet registrars are offering .IN domain names for just Rs 75 for the first year on the eve of 75 years of India‘s independence. They have launched special campaigns and offers for .IN or .भारत domain name for new website registrations.

These internet companies are encouraging individuals and businesses not only to have their websites with .IN domain but also encouraging them to publish content in local languages on the internet.

For instance, internet company the National Internet Exchange of India (NIXI) announced a nationwide campaign called “Har Ghar Digital, Har Jeevan Digital.” It is offering .IN / .भारत domains registration for Rs 75 for one year.

Likewise, Bhavin Turakhia founded BigRock, India’s top internet registrar has also launched a similar offer.

According to NIXI, the initiative will also help in increasing digitisation across industries, including MSME, startup, technology, education and healthcare sectors.

The offer has been designed to enable the adoption of digital identity by every citizen at the most affordable rate, allowing them to have digital independence and in turn, contributing to the digital economy of the country, the internet company said.

Along with the India country code domain name, NIXI added that users will be offer one customised free email ID, which helps them to extend their online presence.

Today, around three million people within India and outside are using .IN registry for business and personal websites and it is the fastest growing domain in the Asia Pacific.

.IN is the internet country code top-level domain for India and was made available in 1989.

The domain name registrar market size is expected to reach $1025 billion by 2027, growing at a CAGR of 4.7, according to a report from Straits Research published last October. The report found that registrations of domains were at their peak during the two years of COVID-19 pandemic.

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