Data transfer plans are easy to use and cost-effective. A data transfer plan immediately takes effect after you complete the payment. After a data transfer plan takes effect, it automatically offsets IPv4 data transfer fees that are incurred by certain instances until the data transfer plan is used up or expired. Applicable instances include Elastic Compute Service (ECS) instances, elastic IP addresses (EIPs), Classic Load Balancer (CLB) instances, and EIP bandwidth plans that are billed on a pay-by-data-transfer basis. Data transfer plans do not apply to IPv4 data transfer fees that are incurred by EIPs of BGP (Multi-ISP) Pro.
Data transfer plans can reduce the cost of resource usage in your services.
- Wide service scope
Data transfer plans can be used to offset the cost of data transfer that is incurred by ECS instances, EIPs, CLB instances, and EIP bandwidth plans that are billed on a pay-by-data-transfer basis.
- Ease of use
After you purchase a data transfer plan, it automatically offsets the cost of data transfer that is incurred by the corresponding services in multiple regions. You do not need to configure the data transfer plan. For more information, see Purchase a data transfer plan .
- Centralized management
You can easily learn the overall Internet data transfer based on the consumption of data transfer plans.
A data transfer plan applies to one area that consists of one or more regions. The following table describes the areas and regions that support data transfer plans.
|Regions in the Chinese mainland||China (Qingdao), China (Beijing), China (Zhangjiakou), China (Hohhot), China (Ulanqab), China (Hangzhou), China (Shanghai), China (Shenzhen), China (Heyuan), China (Guangzhou), and China (Nanjing - Local Region)|
|China (Hong Kong)||China (Hong Kong)|
|Regions outside China||Australia (Sydney), US (Virginia), US (Silicon Valley), Germany (Frankfurt), Singapore, Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur), India (Mumbai), UK (London), Indonesia (Jakarta), Japan (Tokyo), and Thailand (Bangkok)|