Traffic fees are calculated based on the accumulated traffic generated by downloading the data stored.
|Billable Item||Applicable Storage Class||Description||Applicable Billing Mode|
|Private network upstream traffic||INTELLIGENT TIERING
|Traffic generated by data transfer from the client to COS over the Tencent Cloud private network||Free|
|Private network downstream traffic||Traffic generated by data transfer from COS to the client over the Tencent Cloud private network||Free|
|Public network upstream traffic||Traffic generated by data transfer from the client to COS over the Internet||Free|
|Public network downstream traffic||Traffic generated by data transfer from COS to the client over the Internet||Pay-as-you-go|
|CDN origin-pull traffic||Traffic generated by data transfer from COS to a Tencent Cloud CDN edge server||Pay-as-you-go|
|Cross-region replication traffic||Traffic generated by replicating objects from a bucket in one region to a bucket in another region
Note: Replicating objects among buckets in the same region will not incur traffic fees.
|Global acceleration traffic||Traffic generated by data transfer using an acceleration endpoint through the global acceleration feature. This traffic consists of upstream traffic and downstream traffic:
Tencent Cloud products within the same region will access each other over the private network by default and no traffic fees will be incurred. For more information on how to identify private network access, please see COS Access via the Private Network and the Public Network.
The figure below shows the traffic fees incurred by data transmitted from COS to an end user with the Tencent Cloud CDN acceleration endpoint enabled and disabled, respectively.
CDN traffic fees are charged by Tencent Cloud CDN. For detailed pricing, please see CDN Pricing.
|Billing Method||Applicable Billable Items||Calculation Formula|
- Prices in the example below are for reference only. For the actual prices, please see COS Pricing.
- The minimum number of requests for billing is 10,000. Therefore, if the number of monthly accumulated requests is less than 10,000, you will still be billed for 10,000 requests, regardless of whether the request succeeds or fails.
Assume that on November 1, 2020, user A uploaded a 10 GB object to a bucket residing in the Guangzhou region in the STANDARD storage class, generating 100 requests. On November 2 and November 3, user A downloaded the object to the local file system over a public network with CDN disabled. Apart from these operations, user A did not perform any other operations in November. As storage fees and request fees are calculated on a monthly basis, they will be billed on December 1, 2020. Traffic fees are calculated on a daily basis and will thus be billed on November 3 and November 4, 2020. The fees are calculated as follows:
In summary, the total bill for user A in November is calculated as follows: 0.24 + 0.02 + 2 = 2.26 USD.