Guinea-Bissau’s top-level domain starts working
The top-level domain(.GW) of Guinea-Bissau is already working, the National Regulatory Authority (ARN) , responsible for the telecommunications sector in the country, said Wednesday in Bissau.
The process was launched with the support of DNS.pt association, responsible for Portugal’s top-level domain Portugal (.PT) and which works in this area with other African countries with Portuguese as an official language.
Instructions for registration of a website name in the .GW domain are available at htpp portals: //www.nic.gw or http://www.dns.gw, where you can also find additional information about the process.
There are three Portuguese companies that sell the domain, http://Amen.pt, http://Ptisp and http: /Domínios.pt, with associated services such as accommodation and email.
Since 10 July, 2014 the ARN has been the entity responsible for the domain .GW domain following a decision by the “Internet Assigned Numbers Authority” (IANA).
For 30,000 CFA francs (US$57) you can have an Internet address with the .GW extension for a period of two years.
Source: Macauhub 27 November 2014