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    .com/.net Price Hikes

    Got mail from DirectI for the price hike for .com / .net / .biz domains. Is your domain registrar is also increasing the domain's prices?
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    I think Enom announced it earlier.

    Me too got that email from DirectI/RC.

    Get used to it, it's going to happen every year.
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    Godaddy is also mentioning a lot while checking out. Its an increase of less than a buck so not a big thing to worry. Its probably because of inflation.
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    Any ideas how much is Enom and Godaddy planning to increase?
    I think most of them will be increasing the price with similar amount.
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    Verisign says 7% so I assume that the increase would be less than 70 cents.
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    What's the normal retailer price?

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    Quote Originally Posted by locke815 View Post
    What's the normal retailer price?
    enom are increasing the retail price from $9.95 to $39.95 per year
    Resellers are free to charge what they like above the base level, so should only see a small increase and most are advising this will be between $0.50 and $1.00
    However the provider I have been using had already increased them to $15.00 and has now advised it will be $30.00 from January, but this is due to them wanting to end their relationship with enom and selling Domain Names
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    directi we will be increasing it by $0.50.
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    Quote Originally Posted by m8internet View Post
    enom are increasing the retail price from $9.95 to $39.95 per year
    Enom pricing is only going up by $.50 to $1.00 - NOT to $39.95.

    Current Enom pricing
    Premiere $8.50
    Volume $9.50
    Basic $10.50
    Alternative $11.50

    New Enom pricing
    http://www.enom.com/pricingincrease.aspx?price=reseller
    Effective January 14, 2012 the new eNom Reseller Pricing Tiers will be:

    Premiere $9.00
    Volume $10.50
    Basic $11.50
    Alternative $12.50

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    So unless you are on the Premiere Pricing Plan, eNom is screwing you. Nice eh?
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    already tired from decrease in INR...
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    and how can possibly godaddy or hostgator sell it less than the normal retailer's price?

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    They sell at less than normal retail price but above cost. domains are a commodity business. Haven't your heard?
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    Quote Originally Posted by locke815 View Post
    and how can possibly godaddy or hostgator sell it less than the normal retailer's price?
    Who said that?

    What I see there on their order page a .com is for $15 or INR 675 which is way high than retail price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by m8internet View Post
    enom are increasing the retail price from $9.95 to $39.95 per year
    Are you talking about eNomCentral, the retail unit of eNom Inc.? Their prices are totally crazy. Once I purchased a domain (.com) from someone and they pushed it to my enomcentral account, enomcentral was asking $35+ to renew it. I transferred the domain in no time.
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