Goodbye Godaddy, Tucows transferred the expired domain to NameJet

Tucows transferred domain expired to NameJet

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As of May 2017, all of Tucows expired domains will be auctioned at NameJet instead of GoDaddy as before.


Tucows is currently the second largest domain name provider in the world and the first GoDaddy partner to offer expired domain auction services on the GoDaddy Auction platform.


The termination of the partnership with GoDaddy appears to have been predicted before the Tucows acquisition of eNom earlier this year, and also owns 50% of NameJet. Previously, all eNom expired domain names were passed to NameJet for processing. Therefore, this move can be considered very reasonable, reasonable.


Despite the loss of a large partner, but GoDaddy always keep optimistic and confident in the quality of its service. Paul Nicks, GoDaddy's director of customer care, said:


"We are always working hard to be a good partner. GoDaddy is extremely grateful for the opportunity Tucows has made when it comes to choosing GoDaddy as a provider of auction services for expired domain names. We believe that in the process of cooperation, Tucows have achieved good results. We are confident that GoDaddy's quality of service will be the best evidence and we will have the opportunity to work together again. "


Tucows has also given wings to GoDaddy: "We see GoDaddy as a good partner, in the future we will look for opportunities to cooperate again."


If you do not already know, Tucows is a major global Internet and telecommunications services company, operating since 1993, headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Since April 1999, Tucows has been officially accredited by ICANN and provides domain-related services through OpenSRS, Hover and eNom.