Posted: Wednesday, 06 June 2018
The ARIN Board of Trustees, at its 24 May 2018 meeting, adopted a new ARIN Fee Schedule effective 1 July 2018. The new fee schedule reflects proposed modifications and community feedback collected from both the ARIN 41 Public Policy and Members Meeting as well as the Community Consultation that concluded on 25 May 2018. New fees will be reflected in invoices due on and after 1 July 2018.
The new Fee Schedule includes the following changes:
- Increasing the annual registry maintenance fees paid by End Users for each IPv4 address block, IPv6 address block, and Autonomous System Number (ASN) from $100 to $150 USD per object. Registration Services Plan customers do not pay these annual registry maintenance fees as all services are already covered in their plan.
- Legacy resource holders pay the same annual registry maintenance fees as End User organizations ($150 USD for each IPv4 address block and $150 USD for each ASN assigned to the organization.) However, there is an annual limit on total maintenance fees applicable to legacy resource holder organizations, and as of 1 July 2018, the annual limit of total maintenance fees for legacy resource holders is set to $125 USD, regardless of the number of legacy resources held or version of their Legacy Registration Services Agreement (LRSA.)
- Increasing the initial and annual registration fee for ARIN Transfer Facilitators from $100 to $1,000 USD, in order to cover rising costs associated with services.
The new Fee Schedule is available at:
Please review the Fee Schedule FAQ for details on the changes:
If you have additional questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or submit via Ask ARIN, while logged into your ARIN Online account.
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