This question is a follow up for this question
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).
Hence, renewing the domain after one or two years (while two years is the maximal period of buying) was always in the same (unified) price.
I understand from this answer to the previous question that
*.il domain pricing is often radically different than common (but after the ISOC-IL 2016 reform to allow each seller to price domain differently it might no longer be true).
But as someone who so far bought about 30
ccTLDs and never bought even one
gTLD I wondered what about renewal (type of buying):
Should renewal price of gTLD will always be identical to the price of purchase?
If not, perhaps staying with ISOC-IL even for
gTLDs is good, because the price will allegedly be the same.