Is this the most expensive DNS change ever?

When it comes to money, domain lowballers offer "stripper tips."


Government contracts can be quite rewarding, and in the case of the Samos municipality in Greece, the task involved appears to be minimal.

As reported on the Greek government portal that publishes such contractual agreements, the project involved implementing the necessary DNS changes, in order to redirect three domain names:


Per the project’s particulars, these domains would be redirected to the web site – the cost was approved at 3,159 euro, including tax.


For a task requiring a few  minutes of an admin’s time, as far as we can tell, this appears to be the most expensive DNS change in recent memory! 😀

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2 Responses to “Is this the most expensive DNS change ever?”
  1. Christopher Ambler says:

    I’ll do it for half the price 😉

  2. alex says:

    You’ll probably find, that although its only 5 mins work, the bureaucratic rules and insurance requirements added about 3,150 euros to the price.

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