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Post by Toptel on Sat 08 Feb 2014, 6:09 pm

In 2009 when .tel was young it was easy to attract hundreds of thousands of buyers, because there was fantasy in this new technology.
The whole early success was based on the great expectations what can be done with .tel nobody has seen before.
But take a look at the state five years later: you can't do anything with .tel - not even things you can do with any other domain extensions.
No applications or interfaces have been created - and the few developed by independent parties have been canceled meanwhile.
The only thing Telnic has accomplished was to build with Telnames its own competitor and gained with it the ridiculous number of only 10,000 customers.
If any buyer of a .tel had known that Telnic won't do anything during the first five years, almost nobody would have bought a .tel in 2009.

Is there anyone still awake?

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