Perhaps you want to take-over Africa with your online venture? Perhaps you just want to extend beyond the borders of your current African country into the neighbouring ones? There could be no better domain name to target your marketplace or web audience than a .africa (dotAfrica) domain name.

.AFRICA is the top-level domain name system for Africa and is open to anyone, anywhere in the world. Domains carrying the .africa extension are now available from Web4Africa, on a first-come, first-served basis.

The benefits of a .africa domain name include showcasing your brand and your commitment to the African continent, establishing your brand’s regional influence and acquiring valuable online real-estate in the fast-growing and high-potential market called Africa.

Registering and activating a .africa domain name is easy. Get in touch with Web4Africa, an ICANN Accredited Domain Registrar and start the process of securing a .africa domain name. .africa domain reseller accounts with a robust API access are also available.

.AFRICA domains are currently available at a slightly premium pricing, giving the opportunity to procure valuable domain names. The domains would be available at more regular pricing from 2nd August 2017. Web4Africa has been active since the launch of .africa and was able to register valuable domain names including sport.africa, market.africa, web4.africa among several others.

Established in 2002, Web4Africa is an ICANN Accredited Domain Name Registrar offering web services from its own servers and network equipment from 4 datacentres across 3 African countries.

Web4Africa offers affordable & reliable Web Hosting in Nigeria. Literarily.

From a world-class Tier-III datacentre in Lagos Nigeria, the company offers Web Hosting, Reseller Hosting, Virtual Private Servers and Dedicated Servers to clients worldwide. The fast delivery of web content from the datacentre to end-users is unrivalled considering Web4Africa peers extensively with local Internet Service Providers, carriers, telcos and large networks.

The datacentre is powered by independent power generators and does not rely on the national grid thus guarantying 100% power availability.

Web4Africa runs a dual-stack, multi-homed IP network and makes use of only enterprise-grade servers and network equipment.

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