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Billing Overview

This document describes the billable items, billing modes, and pricing details and samples for EdgeOne.

Billable Items

The fees of EdgeOne consist of two parts: Basic service fees and value-added service fees. See details in the following figure:




Billing Mode

EdgeOne supports two billing modes, prepaid and pay-as-you-go.
Type
Item
Billing mode
Billing cycle
Enterprise
Basic services
Pay-as-you-go
Monthly
Value-added service
VAU fees
Standard/Basic/Personal
Basic services
Prepaid
Monthly
Pay-as-you-go
Hourly
Value-added service
VAU fees
The fee deduction and bill issuing time are described as follows.
Billing mode
Billing cycle
Description
Prepaid
Monthly
Deduct from the account and issue the bill upon subscription. The subscription validity is 31 days.
Pay-as-you-go
Hourly
The charge for an hour is deducted and billed 2-4 hours later.
Monthly
Charges for 00:00:00 on the 1st day to 23:59:59 on the last day of the current calendar month are deducted and billed on the 1st day of the next calendar month.
Note
1. Monthly prepaid subscription: The monthly subscription period is counted by 31 days. For example, if you subscribe a plan on March 31, the expiry day of the plan is May 1.
2. Monthly pay-as-you-go: If you subscribe an EdgeOne Enterprise plan and suspend the service later, the fees of the plan and dedicated DDoS mitigation are deducted and billed on the basis of the proportion of usage time in the current month, and other fees are deducted and billed based on the actual usage. For example, if you subscribe an EdgeOne Enterprise plan at 00:00 on March 1 and suspend the service at 23:59 on March 10, the traffic consumed during the period is 10 TB. The fee billed on April 1 is calculated as the following: (10/31) x EdgeOne Enterprise plan fee + traffic fee of 10 TB.

Pricing Description

For pricing details, click the corresponding item.
Basic service fees
Plan fees
Value-added service fees
VAU fee
Cross-MLC-border acceleration traffic fee

Samples