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Afnic manages most French overseas ccTLDs.

In addition to .fr, delegated to Afnic since 1986, the management of the ccTLDs for French overseas collectivities is also delegated to Afnic (like .re) or another service provider. 

The Naming Charter sets out the conditions for the allocation and management of domain names for the overseas ccTLDs managed by Afnic. 

Below is the situation for each collectivity:

Atlantic Ocean

Guadeloupe (.gp): delegated to an Internet service provider (ISP);

French Guyana (.gf): delegated to an Internet service provider (ISP);

Martinique (.mq): delegated to an Internet service provider (ISP).

– Saint-Barthélemy (.bl): created in 2007 but not delegated.

Saint-Martin (.mf): created in 2007 but not delegated.

Saint Pierre and Miquelon (.pm): delegated to Afnic and opened to registration in December 2011.

Indian Ocean

Réunion (.re): delegated to Afnic and opened to registration in July 2001. 

Mayotte (.yt): delegated to Afnic and opened to registration in December 2011.

French Southern and Antarctic Lands : the management of .tf has been delegated to Afnic since 2004.

Pacific Ocean

Wallis and Futuna (.wf): delegated to Afnic and opened to registration in December 2011.

New Caledonia (.nc): delegated to the Post and Electronic Communications Office (OPT) of New Caledonia (website: http://www.cctld.nc).

French Polynesia (.pf): delegated to the Post and Electronic Communications Office  – OPT (website: http://www.opt.pf).

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Want to become a registrar for a French overseas ccTLD?

The ccTLDs .re (Réunion), .pm (Saint Pierre and Miquelon), .tf (French Southern and Antarctic Lands), .wf (Wallis and Futuna) and .yt (Mayotte) are exclusively distributed by Afnic accredited registrars. 

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