Last month we noticed that two high-worth domain names had transferred ownership, IT.uk and IT.co.uk. We did not know the price of the sale until today, however, when the domain name appeared in the weekly Sedo sales list. The domain name IT.co.uk sold for 187,200 GBP, approximately $242,000. There was no mention of the domain name IT.uk, but since that name transferred to the same new owner at the same time, we presume the price was for the package deal. The sale date is actually listed as June 17, 2020, but was not announced until today. The domain name IT.co.uk was first registered on Jan 1, 1996. At time of writing, the domain name was not resolving to a website. The new registrant owner is UK Intis Telecom LTD according to information provided through a search on the DomainIQ service. New Owner The new owner is UK Intis Telecom Ltd. They currently operate from the website intistele.com. Intis Telecom provide global SMS messaging services using a web-based interface and gateway API, primarily for businesses and organizations. Intis Telecom is a privately held company. According to Crunchbase the company was founded by Andrey Insarov in 2010. They have offices in London, New York, Vilnius and Moscow. At time of writing there was no mention of the new name on the company website or in its Twitter feed Seller As far as I know, the seller has not been announced, but the domain name was managed in the portfolio of Netbrand not long ago. Netbrand has been in business for 21 years, helping clients secure premium domain names, primarily for the UK market. According to their website, How Sale Ranks When the sale gets listed in NameBio, it will become the 10th highest .co.uk sale of all time. The highest sales ever were the pair cruises.co.uk and cruise.co.uk, which sold for just over one million GBP each in a private sale in February 2008. Here is the full list of high-value .co.uk sales listed on NameBio. This will become the highest value NameBio-listed .co.uk sale since 2016, when furniture.co.uk sold for $650,000, also at Sedo. This is the largest sale in .co.uk in 2020, although Domain Booth sold free.co.uk for $205,000 in March 2020. This will become the highest-value country-code domain sale so far in 2020. NameBio currently shows four sales above $100,000 in country-code extensions in 2020. As noted in my recent article on high-value sales of 2020, country-code domain names are having a strong year, and this sale will build on that momentum. If readers have additional details on the sale, or other high-value country-code sales in 2020, please feel free to add them in the contents. Thanks to several unnamed sources for information contributing to this report, and to data provided by Sedo, NameBio, Crunchbase and DomainIQ.