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What 2013 will bring?

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How many .tel will be registered on 31/12/2013?

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80% [80%] 
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What 2013 will bring?

Post by Spocky on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 7:01 am

How .tel will perform during the next 12 months? Please vote above and comment!
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Re: What 2013 will bring?

Post by TelKing on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 7:16 am

The predicition is not difficult at all:
1. Follow the trend.
2. See the impact of the Telnames launch in spring 2012.
3. Compare the daily registrations with other TLDs.

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Re: What 2013 will bring?

Post by Sunrise on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 7:34 am

TelKing wrote:1. Follow the trend.
The trend can only be broken if something extraordinary will happen, as example if Telnic will begin to develop .tel.
But how high are the chances for that?
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Re: What 2013 will bring?

Post by TelKing on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 7:38 am

Sunrise wrote:
TelKing wrote:1. Follow the trend.
The trend can only be broken if something extraordinary will happen, as example if Telnic will begin to develop .tel.
But how high are the chances for that?
That’s not realistic, because Telnic has reduced the effort from year to year.
The more registrations will decline, the more Telnic will reduce the development.
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Re: What 2013 will bring?

Post by Orangeblossom on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 12:45 pm

What 2013 will bring? Price increase anyone?

Am I seeing things?

Introductory Offer Using Code: BN2012

£9-95 instead of £14-95

After January 14th 2013 Up from £14-95 to £24-95!

If I had seen that coming I would never have Converted my .Tels to Telnames

* Introductory price - expires 14 Jan 2013 (normal price £24.95). Includes set up, hosting & VAT.
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Re: What 2013 will bring?

Post by Tely on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 1:08 pm

Orangeblossom wrote:Introductory Offer Using Code: BN2012

£9-95 instead of £14-95

After January 14th 2013 Up from £14-95 to £24-95!

If I had seen that coming I would never have Converted my .Tels to Telnames

* Introductory price - expires 14 Jan 2013 (normal price £24.95). Includes set up, hosting & VAT.
Where have you found that? I can't find it: http://www.telnames.com/bn2012/
If there really will be a price increase at Telnames, you can transfer your domains back to any other registrar.
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Re: What 2013 will bring?

Post by TelKing on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 1:13 pm

Orangeblossom wrote:What 2013 will bring? Price increase anyone?
That would be the deathblow for .tel!

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Re: What 2013 will bring?

Post by maxi on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 1:35 pm

The poll should also include these options:

Less than 50,000
Less than 75,000
Less than 100,000
Less than 150,000
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More than 300,000


Now it is non-informative.


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Re: What 2013 will bring?

Post by TelKing on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 1:40 pm

@maxi

I don't care if .tel will have 50,000 or 150,000 registrations overall.
If .tel won't have any growth, it'll sink anyway.
What's the difference whether .tel sinks slow or fast?

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Re: What 2013 will bring?

Post by maxi on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 1:50 pm

TelKing wrote:What's the difference whether .tel sinks slow or fast?
I think there is a difference. I would even prefer that if sinking, it would sink fast. Then the situation will force Telnic to make right decisions quicker.
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Re: What 2013 will bring?

Post by TelKing on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 2:04 pm

maxi wrote:
TelKing wrote:What's the difference whether .tel sinks slow or fast?
I think there is a difference. I would even prefer that if sinking, it will sink fast. Then the situation will force Telnic to make right decisions quicker.
I don't expect .tel to sink faster than what we see now.
Most people have left the party during the last 3 years.
The rest are people with more patient and will just wait for signs of improvement.
With continuing absence of improvements they will slowly surrender step by step.
And there is still one last hope:
After years of customer complaints, perhaps Telnic will show judiciousness one day and will take customer requirements into account.
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Re: What 2013 will bring?

Post by Expert on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 2:16 pm

TelKing wrote:
Interesting graphic!

After the initial run in 2009 there have been only two upswings:
Launch of Telchina in January 2011: +90,000 domains
Launch of IDN in the second half of 2011: +10,000 domains

Instead the launch of Telnames has accelerated the downward trend.
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I found it here-check it out for yourself

Post by Orangeblossom on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 3:35 pm

Tely wrote:
Orangeblossom wrote:Introductory Offer Using Code: BN2012

£9-95 instead of £14-95

After January 14th 2013 Up from £14-95 to £24-95!

If I had seen that coming I would never have Converted my .Tels to Telnames

* Introductory price - expires 14 Jan 2013 (normal price £24.95). Includes set up, hosting & VAT.
Where have you found that? I can't find it: http://www.telnames.com/bn2012/
If there really will be a price increase at Telnames, you can transfer your domains back to any other registrar.

I found it here-Check it out for yourself

http://www.telnames.com/?utm_source=CJ&utm_medium=AFF&utm_campaign=CJ&nobounce

Look underneath where it says: Buy Your Tel Now only £14-95*

NB. Look at the *

Underneath the Orange Check Box, you will see what the * refers to
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Re: What 2013 will bring?

Post by Expert on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 6:28 pm

Orangeblossom wrote:I found it here-Check it out for yourself

http://www.telnames.com/?utm_source=CJ&utm_medium=AFF&utm_campaign=CJ&nobounce

Look underneath where it says: Buy Your Tel Now only £14-95*

NB. Look at the *

Underneath the Orange Check Box, you will see what the * refers to
Certainly only a spelling mistake.
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Re: What 2013 will bring?

Post by Sunrise on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 5:53 am

Expert wrote:Instead the launch of Telnames has accelerated the downward trend.
... because .tel holders can see that .tel has been treading water and the pro .tel isn't improving.
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Re: What 2013 will bring?

Post by mikeseaton on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 8:35 am

Have just checked out the latest version of the home page http://www.telnames.com myself and confirm that it clearly states:

* Introductory price - expires 14 Jan 2013 (normal price £24.95). Includes set up, hosting & VAT.
Converting that to USD (using XE.com) we get (from the 14 January 2013) the following price comparison:

- Telnames .tel - 40.50 USD
- Telnic .tel - around 10.00 USD

So Telnames .tels will now cost about 4 times the price of Telnic .tels !

Now many small businesses may well say 40.50 USD is not bad value for a Telnames .tel for what they get (i.e. domain reg, control panel, hosting) for a year, but for anyone holding a reasonable number of domains and looking to transfer them to the only form of .tel being marketed (i.e. Telnames), then it is very bad news indeed !

I must admit I did not expect this to happen before Telnames had established itself as a worldwide brand - did anyone else see this coming ?

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Re: What 2013 will bring?

Post by NewYorkCity on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 8:51 am

maxi wrote:
TelKing wrote:What's the difference whether .tel sinks slow or fast?
I think there is a difference. I would even prefer that if sinking, it would sink fast. Then the situation will force Telnic to make right decisions quicker.
Perhaps you're right.


We need a collapse to make everybody understand Telnic is on the wrong track.


Why Telnic doesn't refine the design? The look of Telnames isn't perfect, but 100 % better than Telnic.

mikeseaton wrote:I must admit I did not expect this to happen before Telnames had established itself as a worldwide brand - did anyone else see this coming ?
Telnic is digging its own grave!
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Re: What 2013 will bring?

Post by kprobe on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 9:34 am

2013 will be the year of .TEL
Happy New Year from Canada
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Re: What 2013 will bring?

Post by NewYorkCity on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 9:40 am

kprobe wrote:2013 will be the year of .TEL
Is this purposive optimism or will something happen in 2013?


I wish I could be optimistic as you.


Happy New Year to you, too.
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Re: What 2013 will bring?

Post by Sunrise on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 10:33 am

To make 2013 the year of .TEL, Telnic has to start working hard.
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Re: What 2013 will bring?

Post by mikeseaton on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 10:56 am

mikeseaton wrote:
* Introductory price - expires 14 Jan 2013 (normal price £24.95). Includes set up, hosting & VAT.
Converting that to USD (using XE.com) we get (from the 14 January 2013) the following price comparison:

- Telnames .tel - 40.50 USD
- Telnic .tel - approx 10.00 USD

So Telnames .tels will now cost about 4 times the price of Telnic .tels !
So I can either continue with my plans to transfer say 500 Telnic .tels to Telnames, at an extra cost of 15,250 USD per year, or keep the .tels at Telnic registrars and have $15,250 more per year to spend on life's little luxuries (BMWs and Boating).

Guess what I've decided to do ?

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PS. Extra Cost = 500 x (Telnames new price $40.50 - Telnic price approx $10.00)


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Re: What 2013 will bring?

Post by Sunrise on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 11:35 am

mikeseaton wrote:Guess what I've decided to do ?
You will drop your 500 .tels, have $20,250 more per year to spend on life's little luxuries and finally live hassle-free without .tel!

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Re: What 2013 will bring?

Post by TelKing on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 11:40 am

Sunrise wrote:To make 2013 the year of .TEL, Telnic has to start working hard.
That's not the only thing needed. More important is to understand customer needs!
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Re: What 2013 will bring?

Post by mikeseaton on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 11:42 am

Sunrise wrote:
mikeseaton wrote:Guess what I've decided to do ?
You will drop your 500 .tels, have $20,250 more per year to spend on life's little luxuries and finally live hassle-free without .tel!
Don't tempt me !

I didn't post that as an option but it obviously merits my consideration !

Happy New Year !

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Post by Sunrise on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 11:50 am

mikeseaton wrote:I didn't post that as an option but it obviously merits consideration !
It's a tough call, because nobody knows where .tel will stand in a few years.
Telnic can always decide to correct the mistakes from the past.
Then .tel could turn into a very interesting offer.

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