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Mexico Top Level Domain (.MX)

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Today I happened to see that Go Daddy is offering the .mx TLD which happens to be assigned to Mexico. Based on what I read the .mx TLD had been restricted to addresses within Mexico up until recently and now they have decided to open it up for international registration - for $210 per year? Altruistic? Hardly. I bet they're hurting for cash and that's the real reason behind this scam.

Are you kidding? $210 annual fee for an .mx domain? No thanks. Unless there is very compelling reason to own an .mx domain, such as a conglomerate trying to establish itself south of the border, I see no reason why anyone would pay such an outrageous sum for it.

There are plenty of other TLD's around to choose from at much lower prices and more are on the way. Why throw good money away?


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