[ARIN-consult] [arin-announce] Fee Schedule Change Consultation
Jeremy Anthony Kinsey
jer at mia.net
Fri Nov 16 09:23:52 EST 2012
I sent a similar question privately to billing, never received a response.
Hopefully you have better luck.
On Nov 16, 2012, at 8:18 AM, Mike A. Salim wrote:
> 1) We have an IPv4 /20 and an IPv6 /32. According to the new fee schedule, we will be X-small for IPv4 ($1000) but Small for IPv6 ($2000). Since the /32 was assigned to us by ARIN when this was the smallest allocation that ARIN was allocating, we hope we will be considered X-Small for both IPv4 and IPv6
> 2) In addition to the IPv4 /20 and IPv6 /We also have one AS number. What will our total fee be under this new proposed schedule? It is not clear to me. Will we have to pay $500 for the AS#, $1000 for IPv4, and $2000 for IPv6 (or $1000 for IPv6 assuming our IPv6 /32 is grandfathered as X-Small for IPv6)? Or is there a different package fee for orgs who have this combination of allocations?
> Best regards
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> Sent: Thursday, October 25, 2012 4:18 PM
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> Subject: [arin-announce] Fee Schedule Change Consultation
> We are consulting with the community regarding changes to the ARIN Fee Schedule that are scheduled for implementation in January of 2013. The changes to the fee schedule including an alignment of the IPv4 and IPv6 fee schedules for ISPs into single set of registration services plans based on total resources held, introduction of with per address block and per ASN maintenance fees for end-users, and addition of very low cost category (e.g. XX-Small) for the smallest organizations.
> Please view the proposed fee schedule at:
> In addition, a presentation was given on this proposed fee schedule today, and the slides are available at:
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