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EverythingEverywhere.com Reportedly Sold for 1,900 GBP ($2,806 US Dollars)


According to Sedo's weekly domain sales report, the domain name EverythingEverywhere.com was reportedly sold to the new T-Mobile and Orange entity for 1,900 GBP, or roughly $2,806 US dollars.   As discussed here and elsewhere yesterday, some people thought the owner either left a lot of money on the table or was hosed by Sedo for some reason.

After seeing the sales price for the domain name, I think the owner got more than a fair price for it.   I don't think many people would have valued it on its name merits only at more than the price that was paid. Of course the company that bought it may have had to pay more if necessary, but I think close to $3,000 US Dollars is damn good for a domain name like this.

Interestingly enough, the company also purchased EverythingEverywhere.net from Buy Domains for $788 back in March. Perhaps if the owner had looked at the other domain registration, he would have known to ask for more, although the registration appears to be private and doesn't show as being registered to the actual company. → Read More

T-Mobile and Orange Team Up to Form Everything Everywhere & Buy Matching Domain Name


Everything Everywhere

Telecommunications giants T-Mobile and Orange recently announced a merger, and instead of leveraging either company's hard earned name recognition by taking the brand name of one company (or merging the two brands), the company opted to completely re-brand as a company called Everything Everywhere.

Up until April 29, 2010, the matching EverythingEverywhere.com domain name was owned by a London-based design firm, Ted Kelly Design. Just a week ago on May 4, 2010, the domain name was transferred to the ownership of Melbourne IT, and the new website indicates that the newly formed entity has acquired it. Interestingly, EverythingEverywhere.co.uk was previously registered in August of 2009 and is registered to the same entity as the .com.

Although the terms of the domain sale don't seem to be public (at least not yet), I have an email in to the former owner seeking comment. If/when I hear back, I will update this post. It would be interesting to know the purchase price, as the domain name is wouldn't be considered a prime → Read More