How many countries use .co as a sub-domain?

the .co abbreviation is reserved by over 40 different country-code top-level domain names for company use.

Now that the country of Colombia is re-purposing its .co country-code top-level domain name for unrestricted international use, we wondered how many other countries reserve .co for commercial or company domain names.  We found over forty different countries or regions that actively offer, or have reserved, a .co domain name space for commercial or company use.

Here is the list we compiled:

  1. Angloa – co.ao
  2. Armenia – co.am
  3. Antigua and Barbuda – co.ag
  4. Austria – co.at
  5. Burundi – co.bi
  6. Botswana – co.bw
  7. Cameroon – co.cm
  8. Channel Islands-Jersey – co.je
  9. Cook Islands – co.ck
  10. Costa Rica – co.cr
  11. Greenland – co.gl
  12. Guyana – co.gy
  13. Hungary – co.hu
  14. India – co.in
  15. Indonesia – co.id
  16. Iran – co.ir
  17. Isle of Man – co.im
  18. Israel – co.il
  19. Italy – co.it
  20. Japan – co.jp
  21. Korea – co.kr
  22. Lesotho – co.ls
  23. Malawi – co.mw
  24. Mauritius – co.mu
  25. Morocco – co.ma
  26. Mozambique – co.mz
  27. Namibia – co.na
  28. Netherlands – co.nl
  29. New Zealand – co.nz
  30. Oman – co.om
  31. Pitcairn – co.pn
  32. Palau – co.pw
  33. Romania – co.ro
  34. Saint Lucia – co.lc
  35. Serbia – co.rs
  36. South Africa -co.za
  37. Tajikistan – co.tj
  38. Tanzania – co.tz
  39. Thailand – co.th
  40. Trinidad and Tobago – co.tt
  41. Uganda – co.ug
  42. United Kingdon – co.uk
  43. US Virgin Islands – co.vi
  44. Uzbekistan – co.uz
  45. Venezuela – co.ve
  46. Zambia – co.zm
  47. Zimbabwe – co.zw

Let us know if there should be any updates to this list.  To learn  more about the .co re-launch, please see http://www.encirca.com/html/co-reg.shtml

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