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DomainNameSales Sets a New Record for a .Net Sale Banking $500,000 for Mobile.net and Booking Two Additional Six-Figure Sales

DomainNameSales.com (DNS) Vice President of Sales Jeff Gabriel has confirmed the company has sold Mobile.net for $500,000 in the highest .net sale on record. Gabriel credited DNS broker Andrew Mathias for making the landmark sale of a domain that was owned by DNS Founder Frank Schilling. The public Whois record now shows Steven Renner of Minneapolis as the owner of the domain. The previous .net leader was Sex.net, sold for $454,500 in 2006.

Mobile.net was one of three six-figure sales 

DNS made in the opening quarter of this year that Gabriel was able to tell us about (others were subject to non-disclosure agreements). The ones they were able to disclose were BOE.com at $120,000 and 106.com at $107,000. Those will all be charted for the first time when our new weekly domain sales report comes out tomorrow (Wednesday, April 9, 2014. We also be charting many more notable DNS sales from 1Q-2014. 

With Mathias's sale of Mobile.net, DomainNameSales can now claim that brokers on their current team made all-time top sales in .com, .net and .org. Gabriel himself sold the highest .com (Sex.com at $13 million) and the highest .org (Poker.org at $1 Million) when he was at Sedo

(Posted April 8, 2014)  


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