Domain registrar and web hosting provider Go Daddy announced on Tuesday it is making its domain name auctions available on cell phones and other mobile devices through its auction house, The Domain Name Aftermarket. Users can now bid on and buy names for their business or personal websites via mobile phone or other wireless handheld devices.
"You could already easily register domain names online at GoDaddy.com," says Go Daddy president and COO Warren Adelman. "Then we made it simpler to obtain popular domain names by cell phone with GoDaddy.mobi. Now, you’ll also be able to access these aftermarket auctions on the go."
TDNAM enables users to track down bargain prices on domain names recently offered for resale or allowed to expire, including previously unavailable domains. The site offers more than 1.5 million domain names are available on the site, and some even have appraisals indicating their estimated value, says the company.
Customers can sign up to become a member of TDNAM through its Web site. TDNAM members can then use tdnam.mobi on their cell phones or other handheld devices to monitor and complete auctions they have started and manage the names they are selling at TDNAM.com.
Source: The WHIR News