Domain names will only have a premium for the first year.
New top level domain name company MMX has dropped premium renewals on its inventory of wholly-owned top level domain names.
Previously, its premium domain names came with a higher-than-usual first-year registration price as well as high annual renewal prices. Now, buyers will only have to pay a premium for the first year. Registrants will pay standard renewal prices for subsequent years. Renewal prices vary depending on the top level domain name.
The move comes after MMX brought in a new CEO, Toby Hall, early last year to re-evaluate the business. Click here to continue reading…