OpenSRS reseller pricing structure

OpenSRS pricing is based on a tiered structure. Our four tiers pricing structure offers resellers greater discounts by rewarding strong performance and growth. Instead of offering a single price point for each TLD, we’ll provide discounted pricing based on new domain registration volume, and annual domain spend. This tier pricing model makes our pricing more flexible while maintaining a high level of transparency.

Pricing structure

Pricing plan

Basic

Startup

Growth

Enterprise

Minimum Requirements*

None

Annual spend on domains: $5,000

AND

Annual number of new domain registrations /transfers: 100

Annual spend on domains: $50,000

AND

Annual number of new domain registrations/transfers: 500

Annual spend on domains: $100,000

AND

Annual number of new domain registrations/transfers: 1,000

Discount

None

5% OFF the Basic Plan price on all generic TLDs. Excludes geographic TLDs.

15% OFF the Basic Plan price on all generic TLDs. Excludes geographic TLDs.

25% OFF the Basic Plan price on all generic TLDs. Excludes geographic TLDs.

 

How to determine which pricing tier you are in

To understand which pricing tier you have been placed in, please validate your TLDs' pricing from the reseller control panel to our pricing page. All prices are listed in United States Dollars. 

  1. Log in to the reseller control panel.
  2. Click on Billing and Payments.

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  3.  Observe the Pricing Tier Plan section under Account Balances.
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TLD classification

Generic TLDs These extensions, such as .com, .net, .info and .online have broad appeal.
This category also includes ccTLDs like .me, .tv, and .io, which are more often chosen by end-users for their generic meaning than their relation to a specific geographic region.
Geographic TLDs These include both ccTLDs like .uk, .ca and .de and location-based extensions like .london, .amsterdam and .nyc, all of which cater to a specific region.

 

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Annual review

At the end of every calendar year, we will conduct a performance assessment to determine your pricing plan for the following calendar year. We will look at the total domain-related spendings and the total number of new domain registrations and transfers between January 1 and December 31 of the year. As a result of the annual assessment, you may stay in your pricing plan, or you may be upgraded to a higher-tiered plan or downgraded to a lower-tiered plan. Your new pricing plan will go into effect on April 1 of the new calendar year, and we always provide you at least 30 days' notice of any change to your pricing tier.

If you are experiencing good performance during a particular calendar year and would like to be considered for an upgrade, we encourage you to talk to our support team.

Note: For sub-reseller accounts, if your pricing is changing, you will have to update your own pricing for sub-resellers accordingly

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