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MyTLD has spare TAS accounts for new gTLDs

Kevin Murphy, April 15, 2012, 22:47:45 (UTC), Domain Registries

The new gTLD consultancy MyTLD has some ICANN TLD Application System slots going begging.

If for some reason you need to file a gTLD application and you haven’t already registered in TAS, this is what MyTLD says it is now offering:

(i) gTLD application writing and submission (ii) TAS account for the gTLD application (iii) Newly formed company corresponding to the TAS account

The company is marketing it as a bundled service.

MyTLD is most closely associated with the most prominent .music application. It’s run by Music.us owner Constantine Roussos and former ICANN internationalized domain name expert Tina Dam.

The offer is fleshed out a bit more on MyTLD’s blog.

I hear the company was shopping these TAS slots around privately prior to April 12 too, so I don’t think that it is an effort to capitalize on the security-related delays ICANN is currently experiencing.

However, one has to ask why the offer is only being publicized after the original official deadline for new gTLD applications has already passed.

TAS is expected to re-open for business on Tuesday, and close on Friday.

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Comments (4)

  1. Tom G says:

    LOL, I just got an email from someone who might want one.

    Maybe I should get these guys together . . .

  2. Thanks Kevin for the mention. It is appreciated.

    Tom, you can email me at constantine (at) mytld.com if there is any interest. Thank you in advance.

  3. Snoozer says:

    Yawn. Why bother? The entire gtld will soon go down in flames ala .BIZ, .MUSIC, .TRAVEL, .CAT, .MUSEUM, .TRAVEL, .AERO, .MOBI, .JOBS, .PRO, .COOP and soon, .XXX.

    Save your money, honey, and stick with .COM

  4. Lol says:

    “However, one has to ask why the offer is only being publicized after the original official deadline for new gTLD applications has already passed.”: http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=DylWkOUYAnw : -)

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