What is the ICANN Regulatory Fee?

The ICANN Regulatory Fee relates to a mandatory fee that ICANN (Internet Corporation of Assigned Names and Numbers) assesses on each domain name.

ICANN Regulatory Fees apply to .com, .net, .org, .biz, .info. The fee is subject to change.

It is charged per domain per year. The following chart represents the ICANN Regulatory Fee for each domain per year.


For example, if you purchased a .com for 2 years and a .org for 3 years, your ICANN Regulatory Fee would be (2 x $0.18) and (3 X $0.18) for a total of $0.90.

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* Plus ICANN Regulatory Fee per year, per Domain. $3.99* price applies to 1-year registrations of .com, .net, .org, .biz and .info, the first year of a multi-year registration, or transfers with each purchase of a qualifying service. Qualifying services are limited to any email package, annual hosting package and WHOIS NamePrivacy. Services must be new to the customer (not previously purchased) to qualify. Recurring billing charges and existing service and domain renewals do not qualify as service purchases. If services are returned for any reason, the refund will be reduced by the amount of the discount.