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DotBj domain logo.png
Introduced18 January 1996
TLD typeCountry code top-level domain
RegistryNetwork Information Center – Benin
SponsorOffice of Stations and Telecommunications of Benin
Intended useEntities connected with  Benin
Actual useGets a little bit of use in Benin
Registration restrictionsNeed administrative contact in Benin
StructureRegistrations are available directly at the second level, or at third level beneath some second-level labels
Registry websitewww.nic.bj

.bj is the Internet country code top-level domain (ccTLD) for Benin. It is administered by the Office of Stations and Telecommunications of Benin. Despite having no "j" in its name in any of its official languages, Benin was allocated .bj as the other possible codes .be, .bn, and .bi had already been allocated to other entities.

The “.bj” sub-domains are broken up into two separate categories: private domains (such as: .bj, .edu.bj, .gov.bj, .asso.bj, etc.) and sectoral fields (such as: .barreau.bj, .com.bj, etc.).

Alphanumeric terms made up of letters of the French alphabet from A to Z, digits from 0 to 9, and hyphens are allowed in domain names. Domain names that are composed of a single character, are composed of two letters only, or begin or end with a hyphen cannot be registered.

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