November 8, 2007; 03:47 AM
MADRID -- Nicline, an ICANN accredited registrar for domain name resellers, announces the sale of .mobi domain names at industry low prices starting from $8.70 for the first year of registration.
This promotional price starting from just $8.70 for the first year of registration is available to all resellers until December 27, 2007. The .mobi domain extension allows users to join the Age of the mobile device, by registering the only extension that ensures access to contents and web services through their mobile devices.
The .mobi domain is the first and unique Top Level Domain (TLD) created to navigate the Internet through mobile devices and is sponsored by a consortium of companies which includes the most prominent mobile and Internet players in the world. The .mobi domains have been popular ever since the domain's creation in September 2006 and are revolutionizing the use of the Internet on mobile devices. To date, more than 700,000 domains have been registered.
"We believe the .mobi domain has great potential. With more than four mobile phones purchased for every personal computer that's bought, there’s an enormous audience whose main access point to the Internet is a mobile device. The uniqueness of this domain is the innovative and mobile-friendly aspect that allows further mobility to the internet-users and provides the critical link between mobile operator, Internet services and end user. The .mobi domains allow users to access information no matter when, where or how they need it,” said Frederique Brunon, NicLine’s Manager.
For more information about NicLine’s .mobi promotion, please visit http://www.nicline.com
NicLine, an ICANN accredited registrar since 2001, offers wholesale domain registration services to ISPs, web design agencies, publicity companies, patent and trademarks agencies, hosting providers and domain sales business in general. It is the 4th European registrar in terms of growth, with 2651 active RSPs, and more than 320,000 registered domains with clients in 47 countries.