Last updated: 2019-03-26 09:59:52PDF
Tencent Cloud CVM is pay-as-you-go, so you only pay for what you use. This flexible billing method is designed to meet your demands in multiple business scenarios.
Pay-as-you-go is a flexible billing approach. You can activate or terminate CVMs at any time and be billed only for the actual usage. Billable time is accurate to the second. It is best suited for big online sales or other scenarios with vastly fluctuating demands.
When you activate a pay-as-you-go CVM instance, the cost of one hardware bill cycle (including CPU, memory and data disk) will be frozen in your Tencent Cloud account. CVM is billed hourly on the hour, you will be charged for your actual CVM usage in the last hour. Hourly unit prices are displayed upon purchase. Prices are accurate to the second, and charges are rounded to two decimal places. Billing starts after CVM instance is successfully created and ends when you terminate operation.
When you activate a pay-as-you-go CVM instance, the cost of one bill cycle will be frozen in your Tencent Cloud account.
the system will take one-hour CVM hardware (including CPU, memory and data disk) fee as a deposit, and calculate your bills every hour on the hour (based on Beijing time and your actual CVM usage in the last hour). You can see the hourly pricing of CVM instances. Time is
When you create a CVM instance, the cost of one bill cycle will be frozen in your Tencent Cloud account. When you adjust pay-as-you-go CVM configurations, the system will adjust the frozen amount according to the new configuration unit price. When CVM instance is terminated, any frozen fees will be released.
Accurate to the second, no wasted expenses
Billing starts after successful creation of CVM instance and ends when termination is initiated.
Here are more information on pay-as-you-go CVMs.
For pay-as-you-go CVM instance pricing, see here
For pay-as-you-go CVM instance configurations, see here
For pay-as-you-go CVMs arrears reminders, see here
For adjusting pay-as-you-go CVM instance configurations, see here