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Is it possible to buy a sub-domain of Google? For example

blabla.google.com

  • How much money are you willing to spend? Are you looking for open registration of any subdomain for a small yearly fee, or are you asking if somebody offered Google 1 billion dollars? – Stephen Ostermiller Nov 24 '19 at 17:42
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No. Registrars sell domain names, not sub-domains which are "sub" to the main domain name.

Google, specifically is very protective of their name, as they should, to the point where they also own many variations of goooooooooooogle.com

EDIT: Apparently my last sentence has changed as I see they only own the version with one extra 'o' that I could immediately find.

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  • Any owner of a name can sell any name under it, for free or not. It is a local policy. Owner of eu.org for example provides free subdomains and there are no registrars. Even for TLDs there is not always registrars. – Patrick Mevzek Nov 25 '19 at 3:34
  • @PatrickMevzek right, while I doubt most of us could actually afford buying a subdomain from Google, it's their call if they want to sell one. (But perhaps you could get a discount for plus.google.com) – BruceWayne Nov 25 '19 at 4:18
  • Fwiw: whois of goooooooooooogle.com. – Theraot Nov 25 '19 at 4:41
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    It would have been so cool if they'd owned the 100-o version. – Dawood ibn Kareem Nov 25 '19 at 4:43

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