US-based web hosting services provider and domain name registrar GoDaddy.com on Wednesday said its customer base in India has increased 86% since launching operations in the country last year.
"GoDaddy selected India as a priority market last year and now we are using India as a blueprint for our expansion into other global markets," GoDaddy international senior vice president James Carroll told reporters.
Over the last year, GoDaddy's support team in India handled more than 2.5 lakh local inbound customer calls.
The company has its largest international office in India.
The company is headquartered in Scottsdale, US. Apart from India and Canada, it also has data centre facilities in Europe and other parts of Asia, and serves 12 million paying customers globally.