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What are



The .pt domain extension is the country-code top-level domain (ccTLD) specifically created for Portugal. It is a great fit for all websites that have a link to Portugal.

Where did the .pt domain come from?

The .pt domain extension was launched in 1988. It has become a popular option within Portugal throughout the years, with many Portuguese website owners opting for a .pt domain over a generic one like .com or .net.

What is the purpose of the .pt domain name?

A .pt domain is a great choice if you want to target a Portuguese audience or emphasize your Portuguese identity online. Using this domain can also help improve your local SEO results within Portugal.

.PT domain features:

DNS Management


Whois Privacy Protection

Domain Forwarding

Domain Lock



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