Over 20 NNN.mobi Domains Dropping Tomorrow: What Are They Worth?

Looking at the Pool.com daily list of the top back ordered dropping domain names  for tomorrow December 11, 2012, I noticed an abundance of NNN.mobi domain names.

24 in all.

While .Mobi hasn’t been the greatest investment for domain holders its rare to see so many NNN domains dropping in any extension in any one day.

What do you think, worth $60 each?

205.mobi

208.mobi

209.mobi

221.mobi

223.mobi

225.mobi

228.mobi

229.mobi

347.mobi

377.mobi

455.mobi

644.mobi

718.mobi

771.mobi

775.mobi

856.mobi

884.mobi

887.mobi

967.mobi

973.mobi

974.mobi

977.mobi

979.mobi

 

Comments

  1. says

    Not even worth reg fees, let alone drop catch fees.

    Whoever registers them is probably going to have a tough time recovering their ‘investment’.

    Though in that respect not much different from 80% of all registered domains so…

  2. BrianWick says

    Someone will buy them all and probably several 4 digit mobi’s. And even if they are only worth the cost of renewal – well that incapsulates why all these new TLD registries will make fortunes – they dont care about the secondary market – all they care about is the reoccuring yearly income (renewal fees) .

    A slam dunk genius business model :)

  3. Louise says

    @ Mike Mann, as a friendly gesture, I posted some feedback about the broken code of the homepage of MakeMillions, and the mention of sapha, which may flag the google robot, as it doesn’t resolve and may be a blacklisted. You should fix the tags, and delete any mention of sapha – sapha dot com doesn’t resolve, and your sites don’t gain anything by linking to it, is my suggestion. Best wishes, Louise :)

  4. accent says

    Actually more than 300 NNN.mobi dropped. All from the same source.

    Quote “they will be about the same as NNN.shop, NNN.store and all the rest in a few years – fireplace mantle prices.”

    If so add NNN.biz, NNN.info and probably NNN.net to that list. There are plenty of random extensions available now. Any secondary market in new gTLDs will focus on extensions relevant to the purpose of the end user’s website.

    There are not a lot of possible extensions with broad usefulness, and most will be locked up by Amazon and (I expect) Google.

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