Membership Categories

Active "A" Members

Organizations that receive IP addresses directly from LACNIC automatically become members.

There are two types of Active "A" Members:

ISPs (Internet Service Providers)

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

Fees and Categories

Category IPv4 Resource Prefix IPv6 Resourse Prefix Initial Fee USD Renewal Fee USD Patment before expiration (*) Payment 30 days after expiration (**)
Small/Micro Smaller than a/20 Non-existent 1.000 1.000 900 1.100
Small Greater than or equal to a /20 up to and incluiding a /19 Up to and incluiding a /32 2.100 2.100 1.890 2.310
Medium Greater than /19 and smaller than a /16 Greater than a /32 and smaller than a /30 5.700 5.700 5.130 6.270
Large Greater than or equal to a /16 and smaller than a /14 Greater than or equal to a /30 and smaller than a /28 14.000 14.000 12.600 15.400
Extra-Large Greater than or equal to a /14 and smaller than a /11 Greater than or equal to a /28 smaller than a /26 28.000 28.000 25.200 30.800
Mayor Greater than or equal to a /11 Greater than or equal to a /26 40.000 40.000 36.000 44.000

*According to LACNIC's bylaws, Active A membership fees include the corresponding annual renewal fee.

End Users

Members receiving IP addresses for use in their own infrastructure, not to assign them to third parties.

Fees and Categories

Initial size Assignement free (USD) Renewal fee (USD)

IPv4: From a /24 up to and incluiding a /19

IPv6: From a /48 up to and incluiding a /35

2.500 600

IPv6: Greater than a  /19 up to and incluiding a /16

IPv6: Greater than a /35 up to and incluiding a /32

5.000 each /16 (IPv4) or /32 (IPv6) assignment 600

*According to LACNIC's bylaws, Active A membership fees include the corresponding annual renewal fee.

Active "B" Members

Organizations residing in Latin America or the Caribbean or whose activities are carried out mainly in Latin America or the Caribbean that are related to the Internet and meet the following requirements:

  • Submit relevant documentation to prove that they have been a legally constituted organization for a period of at least one year.
  • Organizations residing in Latin America or the Caribbean or whose activities are carried out mainly in Latin America or the Caribbean, related to Internet development and/or formed by Internet access service providers, that make a relevant contribution to Internet related policies in the region of Latin America and the Caribbean, agree with LACNIC's objectives and request admittance.
  • Send a letter/email explaining the motivations for becoming an Active B Member.
  • Submit two recommendations by Active A Members, in writing and addressed directly to LACNIC.
  • The organization must have a clear role and/or interest in issues related to Internet infrastructure and operation.

Fees and Categories

  Inicial (USD) Renovación (USD)
Miembro Activo "B" 600 600

*Active B Members must complete the Membership Application Form and pay the corresponding annual fee.

 

Founding Members

LACNIC's founding organizations:

  • AHCIET - The Ibero American Association of Research Centers and Telecommunication Companies.
  • CABASE - The Argentine Chamber of Databases and Online Services.
  • CGIBR - The Brazilian Internet Steering Committee.
  • eCOMLAC - The Latin American and Caribbean Federation for Internet and Electronic Commerce.
  • ENRED - The Network Forum for Latin America and the Caribbean.
  • NIC-Mx - NIC Mexico.

 

Adhering Members

Those who agree with LACNIC's objectives, request admittance, administrate IP addresses outside the address space allocated to Latin America and the Caribbean, and are geographically located in Latin America or the Caribbean, or any person or legal entity. See membership categories and fees

Fees and Categories

  Inicial (USD) Renovación (USD)
Miembro Adherente 600 600

*Adhering Members must complete the Membership Application Form and pay the corresponding annual fee.

 

Honorary Members

All persons, companies or organizations designated as such by decision of the General Member Assembly in recognition of the activities carried out in furtherance of LACNIC's objectives.

 

Benefactor Members

Those persons or legal entities that contribute significantly to LACNIC's financial support.

For detailed information regarding membership categories and member rights and obligations, go to Statute