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Upon signing the 2013 Registrar Accreditation Agreement there will be some critical changes to the system and obligations of a Reseller with respect to domain registration services. With a series of blog posts to come, we will highlight the changes Resellers can expect in the system which will go live by 1st January 2014. Today we want to talk about the change in the WHOIS output format prescribed by ICANN in the 2013 RAA According…

After the revised contract was signed between Verisign and ICANN to maintain and manage the .COM registry in 2006, the price for the most popular TLD in the world has increased by $1.35. Come January 15th, 2012, .COM prices will rise once again from $7.52 to $8.03 for every year of registration and renewal, making it a rise of $1.86 or 31% over four years. With this contract, Verisign has the authority to increase .COM…

Last week the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) approved the new gTLD Program Guidebook and made a historic decision to initiate the new gTLD process. At the 41st International Meeting in Singapore, ICANN’s decision was met by enthusiastic cheering and a standing ovation. The meeting, attended by some of the biggest names in Domain Industry, saw the ICANN board approve the new gTLD program with a vote of 13 to 1. Over…

As you might already know, several OnlineNIC Resellers/Customers were facing issues moving their Domains out to another Registrar. As per their policy, OnlineNIC did not allow Transfer-outs which resulted in several Resellers having their Domains stuck there. After numerous complaints and ICANN itself having to step in, these transfer issues have now been successfully resolved! Any registrant with a transfer request will now be able to successfully complete the same by contacting their preferred registrar.…

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