What is General Availability with Domain Names?

What does General Availability mean?

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All new domain extensions have several different registration phases, serving specific registrant groups or specific purposes. General availability is the final registration phase, when the TLD becomes available to the public and everybody can register domains under the respective extension on a first come first served basis. Sometimes this phase is referred to as “Live Phase”.

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