.Page domain names entered General Availability yesterday. Google is the owner of this new extension.
The .page launch was not even remotely close to how successful the .app launch was. .App is another Google new extension. (Of course, as I have said before, .app is only for dreamers.)
Today there are 3,602 registered .page domain names according to Namestat.
3,116 new domains were registered in the first few hours of General Availability (GA). GA started yesterday and followed the Early Access Program (EAP) where anyone can pay a higher fee and get a domain name ahead of the general availability.
Prices for registering or renewing .page domains range between $10 and $15 for standard domains. Premium domains have much higher yearly fees.
Personally I didn’t buy any .page domains just like I didn’t buy any .app domains.
Lots of premium priced domains go for $250 and up. A “page” reference is dated unless it’s one’s last name.
Someone registered Ricks.page
It’s on the wrong side for Page.Howe
Turn The .Page
History has shown that Google has no idea how to make an extension successful. Good luck to anyone buying these.