Our least favourite annual event strikes again, as our provider of .com and other international domains raises prices.
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The wholesale cost of a domain comes down to how the top-level domain (TLD) is regulated, the financial incentives of its registry, and market forces. Read between those lines and you might be able to guess where prices will go next.
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Deregulation and market concentration are reshaping the domain industry, so we're working to improve our position.
Because we’re being charged more by our providers, we are increasing some international domain prices from July 1.
If you have .au domains through us, an upcoming registry name change will have no noticeable effect.
The international domain name market is going through some changes. Here's what's going on.