This document describes the billing details of AIA.
Anycast Internet Acceleration (AIA) is currently in beta.To try it out,please submit an application.
AIA fees consist of the IP resource fee and public network fee.
|Billable Item||Billing Mode||Description|
|IP resource fee||Hourly pay-as-you-go||An idle Anycast EIP that is not bound to any cloud resources will only incur the IP resource fee.|
|Public network fee||Pay-as-you-go||Using an Anycast EIP that is bound to a cloud resource to access the public network will only incur the public network fee. Anycast EIP is billed on the monthly 95th percentile basis.|
For bill-by-IP accounts, both fees are charged on the EIP. For bill-by-CVM accounts, the IP resource fee is charged on the EIP, while the public network fee is charged on the bound cloud resource instance such as CVM instance. To check your account type, see Checking Account Type.
An Anycast EIP that is not bound to cloud resources incurs IP resource fees. For more information, see the “IP Resource Fee” section in Elastic IP Billing.
When an Anycast EIP is created, AIA BGP bandwidth package is automatically created as well. Billing details are as follows:
|Anycast EIP Region||Acceleration Region||Unit Price (USD/Mbps/month)|
|Asia (Hong Kong (China), Singapore, Bangkok, Mumbai, Seoul, and Tokyo)
North America (Silicon Valley)
Europe (Frankfurt and Moscow)
|Regions outside the Chinese mainland||18.86|
- AIA only provides acceleration services for regions outside the Chinese mainland. It does not accelerate the transmission between the Chinese mainland and other regions.
- AIA adopts the aggregated billing, which generates bills in the Guangzhou region.
- After creating an Anycast EIP in the console, the automatically generated AIA BGP bandwidth package only records the bandwidth usage details in the region, which is not used for billing.
- All Anycast EIPs in a single region are aggregated into the bandwidth package of the region, which is subdivided into bandwidth packages corresponding to the acceleration region. Assume you create an Anycast EIP in the Asia Pacific region (Hong Kong, China), the bill lists three bandwidth packages: Asia to Asia, Asia to North America, and Asia to Europe.
Suppose you purchased an Anycast EIP in Hong Kong, China, with the public network traffic going to Tokyo, Frankfurt and Silicon Valley, respectively. The public network traffic generated by the Anycast EIP in a month will be aggregated by 95th percentile of the monthly bandwidth. The used bandwidths are as follows:
|Anycast EIP Region||Acceleration Region||Bandwidth Usage (Mbps)|
|Hong Kong (China)||Tokyo||10|
Total fees = (10 + 200 + 300) * 18.86 = 9618.6(USD)