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No change in .nz wholesale fee - InternetNZ

No change in .nz wholesale fee - InternetNZ

Media Release – 11 April 2008 - InternetNZ (the Internet Society of New Zealand Inc) is leaving unchanged the wholesale domain name fee charged to authorised .nz registrars by nz Registry Services (NZRS).

The wholesale fee will remain stable at $1.50 per domain name per month.

The decision to leave the fee unchanged is the outcome of a recommendation from the NZRS and the .nz Oversight Committee (NZOC) to the InternetNZ Council.

InternetNZ President Peter Macaulay says the wholesale fee is reviewed annually by the NZRS and NZOC.

“The recommendation from their joint review was that the fee should remain at the same level set last year. InternetNZ Council adopted that recommendation at its March Council meeting.”

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