The .SB domain is a ccTLD (country code top level domain), and the Internet country code for the Solomon Islands.
Why choose a .sb domain extension?
Register a .SB to demonstrate your personal or business interest in the Solomon Islands
Localized domain names demonstrate commitment and legitimacy
Protect your trademarks by registering them as ccTLDs
About .SB domain names
A great majority of the domains registered under the .SB ccTLD are by entities associated with the Solomon Islands. The .SB domain name presents a great opportunity for local and international companies wanting to represent their business in the Solomon Islands. Local domain names give your company a professional image, which demonstrates proof of your commitment to local customers.
About the Solomon Islands
Located in Oceania, the Solomon Islands are a group of islands in the South Pacific Ocean, east of Papua New Guinea. The Solomon Islands are made up of more than 990 different islands. All combined, they cover 10,985 square miles, an area slightly smaller than Maryland. They are inhabited by 550,000 people according to a 2012 census. The official language is English although it is only spoken by 1-2% of the population. Melanesian pidgin in much of the country is lingua franca, or language systematically used to communicate between persons not sharing a mother tongue. Aside from these, there are an additional 120 indigenous languages spoken.
Restrictions for registering .SB domain names
There are no restrictions under most second-level .SB names including COM.SB and NET.SB. However, there are others that have some restrictions, including local presence.