VeriSign announced early next year COM and NET price adjustment again

 

webmaster network reported on July 15th: according to foreign media reports, VeriSign VeriSign announced in January 15, 2012, adjusted.COM domain price again. .COM domain name registration fee increased from $7.85 to $7.34, while the.NET domain name registration fee will also be adjusted from $4.65 to $5.11. Registration fees were up 6.9% and 9.8%.

VeriSign the VeriSign registration fee does not include $0.18 in annual tax ICANN. Therefore, the wholesale price of a COM domain name will rise to $8.03, while the wholesale price of the.NET domain name will rise to $5.29.

to raise more money to improve infrastructure, VeriSign updated its contract with the.Net operating domain name ICANN, which allows VeriSign to continue to grow at an annual rate of 10% to increase the price of.Net. ICANN does not provide any explanation for this, but VeriSign said in its press release about the price increase, should be attributed to the company’s increasing amount of DNS queries.

Last July

VeriSign first adjustment price.NET.COM and domain name registration, domain name registration of foreign providers also have up domain name registration fee. Believe that the newly announced decision, will also lead to a new round of price increases next year.

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VeriSign is a company focused on a variety of network based services listed company, located in California mountain view city. The company will be collectively referred to as their business intelligence infrastructure services (Intelligent Infrastructure Services).

VeriSign’s main business is the management of the world’s 13 root servers in the group of 2 (A and J),.Com and.Net