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Is this the end of .tel ?

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marimax
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Is this the end of .tel ?

Post by marimax on Fri 07 Jun 2013, 5:17 pm

Just take a look at this : http://en.siter.com/
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Re: Is this the end of .tel ?

Post by mikeseaton on Fri 07 Jun 2013, 5:36 pm

For Dial-By-Name to become a success with "Joe Public" it needs CRITICAL MASS !

.Tel hasn't got this (and looks unlikely ever to get it based on current progress) - but what about Siter - do you have a figure for ACTIVE USERS ?

Of course the real killer for .Tel would be if a major player like Facebook or Skype introduced Dial-By-Name for their user base, then it really would be GAME OVER !

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Re: Is this the end of .tel ?

Post by Tim Spears on Fri 07 Jun 2013, 5:41 pm

Siter is old hat and has the same problem as .tel = no public awareness: http://www.teltalk.org/t851-name-dialing-providers
.tel is much easier to handle and more advanced (with central data storage).

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