Pay only for what you use. There is no minimum fee. Estimate your monthly bill using the AWS Simple Monthly Calculator.
We charge less where our costs are less, thus some prices vary across geographic regions and are based on the edge location through which your content is served. There may be higher fees associated with any new edge locations we add to the CloudFront network in the future. Usage tiers for data transfer are measured separately for each geographic region. The prices above are exclusive of applicable taxes, fees, or similar governmental charges, if any exist, except as otherwise noted. Effective January 1, 2010, the prices for usage out of Japan edge locations are inclusive of Japan consumption tax. The prices for usage out of Australia edge locations are exclusive of Australia Goods and Services Tax (GST).
No additional charge for the first 1,000 files that you request for invalidation each month. $0.005 per file listed in your invalidation requests thereafter.
With Amazon CloudFront, you can use an AWS origin (e.g., Amazon S3, Amazon EC2, Elastic Load Balancing, etc.) or your own origin servers to store the original, definitive versions of your files. If you are using Amazon S3 or Amazon EC2 as an origin server, data transferred from the origin server to edge locations (Amazon CloudFront “origin fetches”) will be billed at a lower price than Internet data transfer out of Amazon S3 or Amazon EC2. Pricing for all AWS services is available here.
Price classes provides you an option to lower the prices you pay to deliver content out of Amazon CloudFront. By default, Amazon CloudFront minimizes end user latency by delivering content from its entire global network of edge locations. However, because we charge more where our costs are higher, this means that you pay more to deliver your content with low latency to end-users in some locations. Price Classes let you reduce your delivery prices by excluding Amazon CloudFront’s more expensive edge locations from your Amazon CloudFront distribution. In these cases, Amazon CloudFront will deliver your content from edge locations within the locations in the price class you selected and charge you the data transfer and request pricing from the actual location where the content was delivered.
If performance is most important to you, you don’t need to do anything; your content will be delivered by our whole network of locations. However, if you wish to use another Price Class, you can configure your distribution through the AWS Management Console or via the Amazon CloudFront API. If you select a price class that does not include all locations, some of your viewers, especially those in geographic locations that are not in your price class, may experience higher latency than if your content were being served from all Amazon CloudFront locations.
Note that Amazon CloudFront may still occasionally serve requests for your content from an edge location in a location that is not included in your price class. When this occurs, you will only be charged the rates for the least expensive location in your price class.
The table below lists the groupings for each Amazon CloudFront Price Class. Learn more about how to set a Price Class in the Amazon CloudFront Developer Guide.
|United States||United States||United States|
|Hong Kong, Korea & Singapore||Hong Kong, Korea & Singapore|
Reserved Capacity gives you the option to commit to a minimum monthly usage level for 12 months or longer and in turn receive a significant discount. Reserved Capacity agreements begin at a minimum of 10 TB of data transfer per month from a single region. Customers who commit to higher usage receive additional discounts.
Interested in signing up for Reserved Capacity Pricing? Please contact us.