Wow. What a mess!
As it happens, a Uniregistry broker handled it. I don't normally leave my names brokered because of the cost, but I obviously screwed something up...
Busy work really, but I'll get around to it one day.
But I didn't. What I said was "Would you like to buy *******.uk as well to keep the pair together?"
No - end user and they've already put the website live
Very rarely part with any domains, but sold one via Uniregistry recently which completed today. Followed up with a "would you like the .uk?" and...
@Trauiner you have the .co.uk right?
Is the portmanteau in general use? How well accepted is it?
Just caught up on these. Really interesting, thanks
"Hey" sounds like something a human would say. That's how I should start this.
With respect to Steve, there's no point offering low on no hassle recurring revenue... What multiple are you paying?
You can't be serious. Prices are out of scope? If that's true then UKRAC is even more of a toothless fudge than I'd have guessed. That's pathetic.
If they wanted to expand the name space, they needed to avoid overlapping with .co.uk and using a new extension entirely. They didn't achieve in...
That's what Nominet relied on. It's not much of a tax, so why doesn't it matter? It matters because there should have been a complete acceptance...
What do they do with it? How about not charge it in the first place?
Total flop and a completely unnecessary tax on .co.uk domains
What's with the capital B ? :D
Separate names with a comma.