.goog Pricing Policy
Charleston Road Registry d/b/a Google Registry (Google Registry or Registry Operator) will provide Registrar with a rate card indicating prices for:
- Standard Domain Registration Fee
- Sunrise Registration Fee
- Domain Renewal Fee
- Domain Transfer Fee
- Domain Restore Fee
- Domain Server Status Change Request Fee
The Registry Operator may update the rate card and modify this Pricing Policy from time to time in accordance with the .goog Registry-Registrar Agreement.
Sunrise Add Grace Period: For domain registrations resulting from Sunrise Period applications, the domain will have a Sunrise Add Grace Period lasting 30 days. During this period, Registrars can delete the domain and avoid charges. Upon setting nameservers, a standard 5day add grace period begins, and the Sunrise Add Grace period is no longer applicable.
Add Grace Period: For 5 days after registering a domain, Registrars can delete the domain without being charged, and the domain will be open for re-registration.
Auto-Renew Grace Period: Upon its expiration, a domain name will be automatically renewed for 1 year. For 45 days after a domain expires, Registrars can delete the domain to avoid being charged for this renewal. Redemption Grace Period: For 30 days after a domain is deleted, a Registrar may redeem the domain, subject to the Registrar Abuse Policy and the applicable redemption fees. This only applies to fully registered domains that are deleted, not to deletions of domains pending registrations or domains deleted during the Add Grace Period or Sunrise Add Grace Period.
Re-introduced Domains are domains that have been deleted and were not restored during the Redemption Grace Period. Google Registry may choose to make these names available for registration. The Registrar Abuse Policy provides guidance on the types of actions registrars can and cannot perform on domain names, including during the Auto-Renew Grace Period.