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Expired .fm domains list - Great back links, Trust Flow, Domain Authority
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.FM is the ccTLD for the Federated States of Micronesia and is available for entied connected with the Federated States of Micronesia. It is administered by dotFM.

There are some reserved names like .com.fm, .net.fm, .org.fm and others. Apart from these anyone can register a .fm domain. This is a popular domain extension for FM radio stations and streaming audio websites.

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Top .fm Domain Sales:

  • o.fm sold for 11,111 USD on 03/13/07.
  • dj.fm sold for 10,000 USD on 12/21/11.
  • beat.fm sold for 8,500 USD on 06/01/11.
  • booking.fm sold for 5,075 USD on 01/20/10.
  • s.fm sold for 5,000 USD on 07/03/13.
  • london.fm sold for 4,939 USD on 03/07/06.
  • shopping.fm sold for 4,299 USD on 02/14/16.
  • shopping.fm sold for 4,299 USD on 11/27/15.
  • games.fm sold for 4,000 USD on 11/07/12.
  • listen.fm sold for 3,930 USD on 08/14/07.




 
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Josh MacDonald
United States