This topic provides an overview of the billing methods and binding fees for Elastic IP addresses. Elastic IP addresses support the billing methods of pay-as-you-go and subscription. Binding cloud products to either pay-as-you-go or subscription Elastic IP addresses can incur binding fees that vary in certain circumstances.
- “—” means that the corresponding fee is not charged, and “✔” means that the corresponding fee is charged.
- India (Mumbai) and UAE (Dubai) regions do not support the billing model of pay-by-bandwidth for both subscription and pay-as-you-go Elastic IP addresses.
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For example, if your account can hold up to 20 Elastic IP addresses by default, you can bind Elastic IP addresses 100 times free of charge in each region within a calendar day. For the bindings after the 100th time, a binding fee is charged at a rate of USD 0.149 per time. That is, USD 0.149 is charged for the 101st time you bind an Elastic IP address as the binding fee, which will amount to USD 1.49 for the 110th time you bind an Elastic IP address.