[ppml] ARIN IP conservation and FREE IP Addresses
randy at psg.com
Sat Oct 6 23:45:25 EDT 2007
> I don't propose ARIN increase its revenues. If we charged per IP as
> opposed to the current tier structure, the vast majority of ARIN members
> would see their fees go down.
> (Perhaps a small flat fee, say $500/yr, plus a per-IP fee. That covers
> the fixed cost of dealing with an org in terms of billing and contracts,
> their "free" membership, etc.)
this would make it even more blatantly obvious that arin is renting
integers, not charging for services.
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