With the launch of Amazon’s new family of ecommerce products, the search giant is expanding its family of family of domain name service products into new categories.
Amazon is introducing a new category called Family Domains, and it will allow users to purchase domain names for up to $20 per domain.
For now, the Family Domas will only work for domains in the US and Canada.
The new Family Doma program is expected to bring in an estimated $3 billion to $4 billion in revenue per year by the end of 2020, according to a report by The Associated Press (AP).
The announcement comes as Amazon’s Family Domacy marketplace expands into Canada, the US, and the European Union.
Users can now shop for a domain in the UK, Germany, France, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Austria, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Austria-Hungary.
There are currently over 300,000 domains in this family, and these domains can be purchased for up $1,000 each.
In addition to the FamilyDomas, Amazon is also adding a new feature called Domain Key, which allows users to register a new domain for $100.
Domain Key is similar to Google Domains Domain Manager, but with the added ability to control domain registration and access.
With this new program, Amazon can also provide domains to users for free if they choose to register it with the company.
Family Domains will be available from Amazon for $199.99.
According to Amazon, this program will help users register their domains faster, which in turn will help them sell more of their own products.
Other new domains in Family Domadias include family names and businesses.