As far as I understand, the Israeli Internet association (ISOC-IL),
always sold domains with Israeli
whether directly or indirectly (through its representatives or through the representatives of domain-registrar companies supervised by it),
by unified price policy (I believe around 80 NIS per year),
with the virtue of first come, first served policy (FCFS | in Hebrew: כל הקודם זוכה).
So far I worked only with this authoritative body ISOC-IL, to register domains, but I feel I no longer want to keep work with it in general from various reasons.
When I visit well known international domain registrars such as godaddy and namecheap, I get entirely different prices for different domains;
That is to say, there seems to me to be no unity in pricing as opposed to the policies virtued by ISOC-IL.
Why aren't gTLD domains sold in a unified price?
or this is a false premise and they do, somewhere, or at least should be?
I seem to have had a mistake → in 2016 a "quiet" reform was made to stop ISOC-ILs direct domain registration as well as supervision of domain prices; since then, there was no maximal price and now every company can price a domain per algorithm (as common with international companies) so it could cost way more than 80 NIS for one year or 180 NIS for two years;
Yet, I am impressed most companies supervised by ISOC-IL have since kept pretty much the same prices to not upset regular customers.