Google is planning to offer a way for users to “purchase” domains for $0.99 per month, in addition to paying $0 for a domain name.
The new service, which is still in the testing phase, would allow users to register domains for a single monthly fee, with no upfront cost.
The plan would be rolled out on April 3.
Google’s domain-name lookup service, or DNT, is part of Google Plus.
Users can register domain names for free, but users can only have one domain with the service.
Users can then buy additional domains from Google, and they can register a new domain for a fixed price each month.
Users will pay $0 per domain name, with a $1 monthly fee for each additional domain, according to the Google blog.
The service would only work for users with an active Google Plus account, Google told Recode.
It would not be available to users without a Google Plus Plus account.
Google Plus is the latest part of the company’s effort to expand its search engine to new markets, and its plans could help it make money as well.
Google has launched a new service for developers called Chrome Developer Tools, which lets developers build websites on top of the search engine.
The Chrome Developer Tool suite is designed to make it easier to integrate with Google Search, and is meant to be more flexible than Google Plus, which would allow for more customization.
Google has also been working on an app called Chrome Edge, which will be designed to provide Chrome users with better control over how their browser looks.
It is a Chrome extension that lets users see which websites they can use to access online content from the Chrome browser.
“The Chrome Edge app is part-of-a-new Chrome browser suite, and it allows Chrome users to easily discover and discover the apps they want to use,” Google said in a blog post announcing the service, noting that Chrome Edge will be available for free in April.
Other Google services that offer a domain-level purchase option include Google Maps, which can be purchased for a flat fee, and Google Translate, which offers an option for users who don’t want to pay for a specific translation service.