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扩展新 gTLD 客户服务中心,提供更多服务


为迎接将于 2012 年 1 月 12 日开始的新 gTLD 申请轮次,ICANN 正在扩展其新 gTLD 客户服务中心。

此次扩展包括建立一个能以多种语言提供一系列参考资料的全新知识库。此外,申请者还能用 6 种联合国语言(阿拉伯语、中文、英语、法语、西班牙语和俄语)与客服进行交流。 而以前的新 gTLD 客服仅能用英语提供支持。

新创建的知识库将针对新 gTLD 计划提供访问有用信息的权限,其中包括各类参考资料。这类资料用于阐明与评估问题和申请流程、常见问答以及《申请人指南》相关的信息。知识库由新 gTLD 客户服务团队定期维护,以确保所有相关信息对一般公众可用。

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