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Hello, I'm wondering if anyone can tell me what is the internet code for India?

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the internet code for India is - ".in".


Information about .in domains
There are estimated to be about 1,331,637 domains with .in suffix (2014).
The Intended use for .in domains is for entities connected with India.
Actual use: Was not very popular as Indians preferred generic TLDs such as .com; liberalisation of registration rules in 2005 led to a great increase in registrations, including overseas registrations..
The .in internet code was Introduced in 1989.
The Sponsoring Organisation for .in domains is "National Internet Exchange of India".
Structure of .in ccTLD: May register at second level or at third level beneath generic-category 2nd level domains.
Registration restrictions of .in domain: No restrictions on who can register second-level domains or most third-level domains; restrictions under some specialised subdomains.
National Internet Exchange of India's contact details - See link.
For .in domain registration click on the following link - See link.
For a whois search on .in domains click on the following link - See link
You can see more details about the .in ccTLD in Wikipedia - See link.


Internet website in India with .in code (2014)
.in code is used by 1.10% of all world's websites.
Most popular websites with .in domain


Internet ipaddress and mailsevers
IP Addresses: 36,990,909.
Mailservers: 392708.


Number of Internet Users (2014)
India makes up 8.33% of the world's Internet users and it ranked on 3 place compared to other countries in the world.
According to data from internetlivestats.com there are 243,198,922 internet users in India, which makes up about 19.19% of India's population (1,267,401,849).


Search for .in domains on google India - See link


Domain Count Statistics for TLDs - See link
Internet Users per Country - See link
Top level domain percentage - See link
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