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Generic Top-Level Domain (gTLD)

- Generic top level domain names are managed by ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers), a non profit organization based in USA.

Price (SGD$/year)
First introducted in 1985, .com is the most popular domain extension in use. Many popular ones are taken up nowadays. .com is meant primarily for commercial use, but there is no restriction to anyone now.
For Internet network providers and info-com operators. Currently operated by Verisign.
Commonly recommended for use by individuals and non profit organizations. Nowadays, we can also use .org for commercial purpose.
For educational institutions.
.Biz was introduced because .com extension is becoming limited nowadays. However, .biz is not as popular as .com.
Singapore Domain Names [Promotions Available for SMEs!] 65For commercial entities which are either registered or are about to be registered with the Registry of Companies and Businesses, IE Singapore or any professional body. There are restrictions for foreign companies to register names.  65
For network providers and info-com operators in Singapore. Applicants for names under this category must be info-com operators or network providers in Singapore. For example those possessing a valid licence issued by the Info-Communications Development Authority (IDA).  65For organisations which are either registered or are about to be registered with the Registry of Societies (ROS) including other miscellaneous organisations (eg. Town Councils, Community Centres, People’s Association and Embassies and any other organisations not classified elsewhere.) ROS number is required.  65For educational institutions. Applicants for domain names under this category must be educational institutions registered with the Ministry of Education (MOE), Singapore. All primary and secondary schools on the list (given by MOE) must register and obtain their domain name from MOE.
 .sg  65The launch of second-level domain names create more choices and a vibrant Internet environment in Singapore through the expansion of '.sg' domain names. Registration is simpler, and is open to both locals and foreigners alike. There is no requirements for documentary proof, since second-level domains do not contain .com, .org, .net, etc. NRIC is required for registration under personal name.  65
This category is for the registration of personal domain names.