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lostwithiel
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London Olympics 2012

Post by lostwithiel on 2014-10-13, 1:46 pm

In another thread Mike asked


What happened at the London 2012 Olympics regarding .tel ?

ZILCH - NADA - NOTHING - such a HUGE OPPORTUNITY LOST !

Well the International Olympic Committee registered
http://london2012.tel/  but it looks as if they never used it.

Guess we are now about two years too late to exploit this opportunity  !!!!
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Re: London Olympics 2012

Post by di7 on 2014-10-13, 2:03 pm

That opportunity was discussed here: http://www.teltalk.org/t226-only-3-more-weeks-until-the-biggest-event-this-year

The main problem is that end users don't use their .tels - even if they own one.

Telnic should do everything to convince .tel domain owners to use them, especially:

  • Television shows
  • Gaming shows
  • Television shopping centers
  • Call centers
  • Customer support units of large companies
  • Phone service operators
  • Etc.

That would create awareness. But Telnic doesn't maintain relationships to potential important customers.

Instead Telnic doesn't like having contact to customers at all!

    Current date/time is 2018-12-11, 5:13 pm