New gTLDs have to pay overdue Fees to ICANN

25 Jan 2019

Responding to a request from the WhoIS Registry to reduce the annual fees of $25 000, ICANN responded stating that the new gTLD would have to pay the overdue fees by 10 Februray or risk being terminated. ICANN rules also allow gTLDs to sell their contract to other registries.

 

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