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Expired .tv domains list - Great back links, Trust Flow, Domain Authority, Alexa, SEMrush, SimilarWeb, Alexa metrics and more


.TV is the ccTLD for the islands of Tuvalu and is administered by the dotTV Corporation (a Verisign company).
Any person may register second-level domains in TV. The domain name has become popular due to it being an abbreviation of the word television and websites on this domain most often than not feature video content for specific brands or firms.


Top .tv Domain Sales:

  • usa.tv sold for 125,000 USD on 01/03/16.
  • business.tv sold for 100,999 USD on 05/06/10.
  • net.tv sold for 100,000 USD on 02/01/03.
  • china.tv sold for 100,000 USD on 02/01/03.
  • free.tv sold for 100,000 USD on 02/01/03.
  • film.tv sold for 65,000 USD on 04/17/12.
  • rt.tv sold for 62,500 USD on 02/11/09.
  • jeu.tv sold for 50,000 USD on 04/11/12.
  • web.tv sold for 45,000 USD on 01/21/11.
  • learn.tv sold for 41,000 USD on 05/06/10.



 


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