[Comments-com-amendment-3-03jan20] Price Increase
Elliot.Huffman at microsoft.com
Tue Feb 11 01:55:57 UTC 2020
I see no reason for a price increase.
The current pricing drives around $1,146,800,557.55 (1.1B) in revenue.
That is a ton of money.
Running a price increase increases it about $80,276,039.03.
That is $80 mil! Just in one year without having to help invent a better internet.
There is no reason for a price increase as the .com is an ever growing TLD.
Just because there was a previous pricing structure doesn't mean that it is the way to go.
I vote "no" to the pricing change.
The other initiatives to prevent security abuse is fine. Pricing no, security yes.
Please amend this to exclude the price change.
Revenue should come from an innovation standpoint, not a price increase.
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