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Membership Categories and Fees

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Member Categories

1. Active A Member (Article 6 of the LACNIC Bylaws)

An organization that receives IP addresses directly from LACNIC automatically becomes a member.

1.1 Active A Member - ISP (Internet Service Provider)

Members who receive IP addresses for subsequent assignment to their customers. An ISP's membership category is determined by the number of IPv4 or IPv6 addresses it has been assigned.

In order to receive the requested IP addresses, the application must be approved and the applicant must have paid the initial registration fee and signed the  Registration Services Agreement.

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Fees and Categories (valid as of 1st January 2018)

IPv4

Category IPv4 Prefix IP Addresses (up to and including) Initial Assignment Fee (USD) Annual Renewal Fee (USD) Payment before due date (discount) Payment more than 30 days overdue (surcharge)
*Nano Smaller than a /22 1,023 600 600 570 630
*Micro Smaller than a /20 4,095 1,000 1,000 950 1,050
Small Smaller than a /18 16,383 IPv4 Depletion Phases: This number of IP addresses may not be requested 2,100 1,995 2,205
Medium Smaller than a /16 65,535 IPv4 Depletion Phases: This number of IP addresses may not be requested 5,700 5,415 5,985
Large Smaller than a /14 262,143 IPv4 Depletion Phases: This number of IP addresses may not be requested 14,000 13,300 14,700
X Large Smaller than a /12 1,048,575 IPv4 Depletion Phases: This number of IP addresses may not be requested 28,000 26,600 29,400
2X Large Smaller than a /11 2,097,151 IPv4 Depletion Phases: This number of IP addresses may not be requested 45,000 42,750 47,250
2X Large Smaller than 2 /11s (smaller than a /10) 4,194,303 IPv4 Depletion Phases: This number of IP addresses may not be requested 65,000 61,750 68,250
3X Large Smaller than 3 /11s 6,291,455 IPv4 Depletion Phases: This number of IP addresses may not be requested 85,000 80,750 89,250
3X Large Smaller than 4 /11s 8,388,607 IPv4 Depletion Phases: This number of IP addresses may not be requested 105,000 99,750 110,250
4X Large Smaller than 5 /11s 10,485,759 IPv4 Depletion Phases: This number of IP addresses may not be requested 125,000 118,750 131,250
4X Large Smaller than 6 /11s 12,582,911 IPv4 Depletion Phases: This number of IP addresses may not be requested 145,000 137,750 152,250
4X Large Smaller than 7 /11s 14,680,063 IPv4 Depletion Phases: This number of IP addresses may not be requested 165,000 156,750 173,250
4X Large Smaller than 8 /11s (smaller than a /8) 16,777,215 IPv4 Depletion Phases: This number of IP addresses may not be requested 185,000 175,750 194,250
5X Large Smaller than 9 /11s 18,874,367 IPv4 Depletion Phases: This number of IP addresses may not be requested 205,000 194,750 215,250
5X Large Smaller than 10 /11s 20,971,519 IPv4 Depletion Phases: This number of IP addresses may not be requested 225,000 213,750 236,250
5X Large Smaller than 11 /11s 23,068,671 IPv4 Depletion Phases: This number of IP addresses may not be requested 245,000 232,750 257,250
5X Large Smaller than 12 /11s 25,165,823 IPv4 Depletion Phases: This number of IP addresses may not be requested 265,000 251,750 278,250
5X Large Smaller than 13 /11s 27,262,975 IPv4 Depletion Phases: This number of IP addresses may not be requested 285,000 270,750 299,250
5X Large Smaller than 14 /11s 29,360,127 IPv4 Depletion Phases: This number of IP addresses may not be requested 305,000 289,750 320,250
5X Large Smaller than 15 /11s 31,457,279 IPv4 Depletion Phases: This number of IP addresses may not be requested 325,000 308,750 341,250
5X Large Smaller than 16 /11s (smaller than a /7) 33,554,431 IPv4 Depletion Phases: This number of IP addresses may not be requested 345,000 327,750 362,250
6X Large Smaller than 17 /11s 35,651,583 IPv4 Depletion Phases: This number of IP addresses may not be requested 365,000 346,750 383,250

* About the Micro and Nano Categories:

During the Ordinary Member Assembly held on 23 May 2017 in Foz do Iguaçu (BR), it was decided to maintain and extend to the new Nano category (created during said Assembly) the waiver approved by the General Ordinary Assembly held on 19 May 2011 in Cancun (Mexico). Under this waiver, members who, based on the IPv4 resources they have been assigned, are included in the Small/Micro category (now known as the “Micro” category) and currently also the Nano category, can request an initial IPv6 assignment (/32) without modifying their membership category.

Notes:

According to a resolution of the LACNIC Board (recorded in the minutes dated 21st November 2017), as of 1st January 2018, a 5% discount will be applied to invoices for the renewal of IP addresses that are paid before their due date, while a 5% surcharge will be applied to those that are more than 30 days overdue.

IPv6

Category IPv6 Prefix Initial Assignment Fee (USD) Annual Renewal Fee (USD) Payment before due date (discount) Payment more than 30 days overdue (surcharge)
Small Smaller than or equal to a /32 2,100 2,100 1,995 2,205
Medium Smaller than a /30 5,700 5,700 5,415 5,985
Large Smaller than a /28 14,000 14,000 13,300 14,700
X Large Smaller than a /26 28,000 28,000 26,600 29,400
2X Large Smaller than a /24 65,000 65,000 61,750 68,250
3X Large Smaller than a /22 105,000 105,000 99,750 110,250
4X Large Smaller than a /20 185,000 185,000 175,750 194,250
5X Large Smaller than a /19 345,000 345,000 327,750 362,250
6X Large Greater than or equal to a /19        

Notes:

According to a resolution of the LACNIC Board (recorded in the minutes dated 21st November 2017), as of 1st January 2018, a 5% discount will be applied to invoices for the renewal of IP addresses that are paid before their due date, while a 5% surcharge will be applied to those that are more than 30 days overdue.

Once a year, on the anniversary of the corresponding assignment, LACNIC will charge an annual renewal fee according to the category of the organization.

LACNIC will email the invoice 65 days in advance. Payments made within the period beginning on the date on which the invoice is issued and ending on the anniversary date will receive a 5% discount.

Thirty days after the due date, a 5% surcharge will be added to the invoiced amount.

The annual membership fee will be determined based on the highest category in which a member is placed according to the number of IPv4 or IPv6 addresses they have been assigned.

As established by the LACNIC Board, if an additional assignment results in a change of category, a complementary invoice will be issued for the amount corresponding to the difference in fees between the current category and the new category for the months remaining until the next anniversary date.

Important:

According to Article 4 of the Service Agreement, renewal of any membership category depends solely on payment of the annual renewal fee before its due date. Failure to meet the specified due dates will result in revocation of the resources.

About the Resource Revocation Process: http://www.lacnic.net/1020/2/lacnic/revocation-of-internet-resources-allocation

If you have any further questions, please contact facturacion@lacnic.net

1.2 Active A Members - End Users

Those who receive IP addresses for use in their own infrastructure and do not assign resources to third parties.

In order to receive the requested IP addresses, the application must be approved and the applicant must have paid the initial registration fee and signed the  Registration Services Agreement.

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Fees and Categories (valid as of 1st January 2018)

IPv4

Category IPv4 Prefix Initial Assignment Fee (USD) Annual Renewal Fee (USD)

End User

From a /24 up to and including a /19 2,500 600
Greater than a /19 up to and including a /16 5,000 600

IPv6

With policies 4.5.4.1 and 4.5.4.2 in force, End Users may receive assignments greater than a /32.

Category IPv6 Prefix Initial Assignment Fee (USD) Annual Renewal Fee (USD)

End User

Greater than a /48 up to and including a /35 2,500 600
Greater than a /35 up to and including a /32 5,000 600
Smaller than a /30 5,700 5,700
Smaller than a /28 14,000 14,000
Smaller than a /26 28,000 28,000
Smaller than a /24 65,000 65,000
Smaller than a /22 105,000 105,000
Smaller than a /20 185,000 185,000
Smaller than a /19 345,000 345,000
Greater than or equal to a /19    

Notes:

Non-Profit Organizations:

Non-government, non-profit organizations which, in the opinion of LACNIC, are considered to be End Users will be granted a 50% discount on both their initial membership and annual renewal fees. Discounts will only apply if the resources are or will be used for non-profit services.

Payment of Annual Renewal Fee for End User Members:

Once a year, on the anniversary of the corresponding assignment, LACNIC will charge an annual renewal fee according to the category of the organization. LACNIC will email the invoice 65 days in advance.

No discounts or surcharges apply to this category.

Important:

According to Article 4 of the Service Agreement, renewal of any membership category depends solely on payment of the annual renewal fee before its due date. Failure to meet the specified due dates will result in revocation of the resources.

About the Resource Revocation Process: http://www.lacnic.net/1020/2/lacnic/revocation-of-internet-resources-allocation

If you have any further questions, please contact facturacion@lacnic.net

2 - Adhering Members (Article 6 of the LACNIC Bylaws)

Those who agree with LACNIC's objectives, apply for membership, and are included in one of the following categories:

In order to be accepted as an Adhering Member, an applicant must complete the Membership Application Form, wait for their application to be approved, and pay their initial membership fee.

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Initial Membership Fee (USD) Annual Renewal Fee (USD)
Adhering Member 600 600

Payment of Annual Renewal Fee for Adhering Members:

Once a year, on the anniversary of the corresponding assignment, LACNIC will charge an annual renewal fee according to the category of the organization. LACNIC will email the invoice 65 days in advance.

No discounts or surcharges apply to this category.

If you have any further questions, please contact facturacion@lacnic.net

3. Autonomous System Numbers (ASNs)

  Initial Assignment Fee (USD) Annual Renewal Fee (USD)**
ASN 1,000 None
ASN for Nano or Micro 500* None

*These USD 500 may be financed over a period of 12 months (payable over the 12 initial months).

**Annual renewal of ASN assignments is not subject to any fees.

Notes:

4. Resource Transfers

4.1 Resource transfers due to acquisition, merger, or change of name

As established by the LACNIC Board, IP address transfers under section 2.3.2.17 of the Policy Manual are not subject to any fees.

IP addresses transferred to an ISP member will be added to the total address space already assigned to that ISP.

The renewal fee will be determined based on the new size of the address block.

4.2  Fee for other IPv4 address transfers

After policy proposal LACNIC-2015-1 was ratified on 14 December 2015, IPv4 transfers within the LACNIC region are allowed even if there is no acquisition or merger of the companies involved.

Transfers under this section will be subject to an administrative fee that depends on the size of the block to be transferred as specified in the classification below:

Block greater than or equal to a /24 and smaller than a /19
Administrative fee: USD 1,000

Block greater than or equal to a /19
Administrative fee: USD 1,500

When initiating a transfer request, prior to the justification analysis, the receiving organization must make an initial payment of USD 200. In case the transfer cannot be justified and transfer request is denied, this initial fee will not be reimbursed.

If the transfer request is approved, the receiving organization must pay the remainder of the total fee based on the categories listed above.

If the receiving organization receives several IPv4 blocks from different offering organizations, each transfer will be treated independently and an individual fee will apply to each transfer.

This type of transfer will be subject to the provisions of section 2.3.2.18 of the Policy Manual.

Important: 

Before requesting a transfer, please review LACNIC's resource transfer policies (IP address blocks):

Sections 2.3.2.17 and 2.3.2.18 of the LACNIC Policy Manual, or the section on Transfers

Procedure for Requesting the Waiver of an Initial Assignment or Renewal Fee

According to the provisions of Chapter V, Article 26, item 15 of the organization's Bylaws, the Board of Directors may decide the waiver of membership fees. The purpose of this procedure is to establish a mechanism for those members who may be finding it difficult to pay their membership fees and can prove they meet certain requirements.

Procedure for Requesting the Waiver of an Initial Assignment or Renewal Fee

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