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.ORG price increase on August 20th, 2016


The Public Interest Registry (PIR), the Registry Operator for the .ORG domain, will be increasing its annual registration/transfer and renewal price for .ORG TLD. As a result of this, we will need to raise our pricing for the .ORG domain name extension which will be reflected within your account on August 20th, 2016. The new .ORG pricing will be:

New .ORG Pricing

RegistrationTransfer-inRenewal
$13.99$13.99$13.99

The purpose of this notification is to inform you of the upcoming price increase and give you advance notice should you want to renew any names ahead of the price changes. If you have any questions related to the price increase, please contact us at help.domains.


**This does not reflect the price for reseller accounts. Please contact us at help.domains for any reseller questions.

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