.mx country code domains for Mexico.
Open Registration .mx Pricing
Landrush has now finished for .mx domain names. The pricing has now been set for Open Registration, .mx domain names are now available from $39.99
.mx Pricing Policy during Landrush
Landrush for .mx domain names took place between 1st September 2009 and
31st October 4th November 2009.
For these 2 months the .mx registry have opted to use a sliding pricing model. This means that over the course of the Landrush period the price will drop depending on demand.
Prices started from $599.99 on September 1st 2009 and were available at $24.99 at the end of Landrush. Find out more information on domains pricing.
As soon as a decrease is announced by the registry our prices on the website will reflect this accordingly.
Pricing reductions for .mx domains at Domainmonster.com
Below is an archive of the reducing prices offered by Domainmonster.com
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NIC Mexico - the .mx domain registry
NIC.mx was founded on October 1st February 1989, when direct Internet connection was provided by ITESM Campus Monterrey. By 1992 there were 45 registrations, growing to just over 100 domain name registrations at the beginning of 1995. January 2001, saw more than 60,000 registered domains and also saw heavy investment in technology, primarily migrating to the best data centre in Latin America and one of the most advanced data centres in the world. Currently nic.mx has about 220,000 records.
Mexico is bordered by the United States in the north, the Pacific on the south and west and by Guatemala, Belize and the Carribean Sea on the southeast. The country covers almost 761,606 square miles and has an estmated population of 109 million. Mexico is a federation and comprises of 31 states and a federal district.