The rest of the letter ‘B’ combination of domains are as follows: I request readers to access full website if they find it interesting as my information is very short and it’s meant for educational purpose.
BN: Barnes and Noble
If you’re a book lover you’ll promptly may have guessed it right. BN.com redirects you to BarnesandNoble.com which is a popular ecommerce website where Books, Textbooks, Ebooks, Toys, Games & More can be ordered online from the comfort of your home.
If you love photographs like all, then just visit the site, it’s cool. Well, BO.COM focus on world of art spectacular photos, graphic art and many amazingr pictures, in simple its a world of art where you will find amazing photographs.
BP: British Petroleum. (Formerly)
BP provide customers with fuel for transportation, energy for heat and light, lubricants to keep engines moving and petrochemical products used to make everyday items.
BQ.com doesn’t show any result when accessed. Such domains may or may not be for sale. Always contact the owner for more information.
BR.com shows a search box and nothing.
Check it out.
BT: British Telecom (Trade as BT)
BT is a British multinational telecommunications services company headquartered in London, in the United Kingdom. It is one of the largest telecommunications services companies in the world serving the needs of customers in the UK and in more than 170 countries worldwide.
BU.com domain name is may be for sale. Currently listed with SEDO.
BV: Black & Veatch
Founded in 1915, Black & Veatch is a leading global engineering, consulting and construction company. It Specializes in Energy, Water, Telecommunications, Federal, & Management Consulting.
BW.com doesn’t showed any website. It may or may not be for sale
BX.com takes you to BlackStone®.com which is a premier global investment and advisory firm that strives to provide solutions that create lasting value for the investors, companies and society at large.
When you visit its BETA version it says “Welcome to By.Com Mobile Internet made easy”
BZ.com takes you to CyberFinder.com that posts only the best links. Looks like a ad site. Domain may or may not be for sale.