[AusNOG] New APNIC Member Fee Schedule from 2010
james at vocus.com.au
Tue Jun 16 11:16:27 EST 2009
You beat me to the post.
The EC spent considerable time in re-reviewing the fees after the
original announcement and comment period in April.
If you haven't looked at the final version it has changed
significantly since April.
One result of those changes (as you've noted) is that some members of
the smaller classes will see their yearly fees reduced.
On 15/06/2009, at 11:42 PM, Greg wrote:
> After reading through APNIC's new proposed fees and asking a maths
> genius at
> work to do the calculation for me, I have concluded that APNIC's new
> stucture will save the company I work for around $600 a year.
> Current rate - Small - $3,169.00 AUD/year.
> New Rate - based on 1,280 IP's - $2,513.48 AUD/year
> Are any other smaller providers out there looking happily at this
> pricing? I
> assume it is mostly the larger carriers who already charge for IP
> allocations (such as xDSL providers) who are going to get stung by
> this new
> pricing per-IP?
> IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: New APNIC Member Fee Schedule from 2010
> In 2008, the Executive Council (EC) of APNIC commissioned KPMG
> to perform a study on APNIC Fees and make recommendations
> on appropriate fee mechanisms for APNIC to adopt. The KPMG report
> and a response to its recommendations was announced by the EC during
> the APNIC Member Meeting held in February 2009 in Manila,
> the Philippines.
> In April 2009 the APNIC EC announced a draft fee schedule that
> would implement KPMG's recommendations and called for comments on
> this proposal. In total, 11 responses were received to this call.
> In May 2009, the APNIC EC considered these comments and made
> adjustments accordingly to the proposed fee schedule.
> In accordance with the EC's responsibilities and powers under the
> APNIC By-laws, the EC has now adopted a revised Member Fee Schedule.
> The new schedule is available at:
> The new schedule will take effect from 1 January 2010. For
> existing APNIC members, it will apply from the date of
> membership renewal (on or after 1 January 2010) and existing
> fee structure provisions (including per address fees) will remain
> in effect until that time.
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> Paul Wilson, Director-General, APNIC
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