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I want to pay my bill in a currency other than US dollars (USD). Is that an option, and if so, what currencies are currently supported?

By default, all AWS customers are billed in US dollars. You can choose to be billed in a non-USD currency by following the instructions at Managing an AWS Account.

AISPL customers are billed in rupees by default. For more information, see Managing an Account in India.

When you change your local currency, the new prices are reflected in your Billing console immediately. Some prices for services and individual line items on your bill might still be calculated in USD. For example, products sold on the AWS Marketplace will continue to be billed in USD.

At the end of the month, your finalized monthly bill is generated in the local currency you chose. The exchange rate applied to your invoice is the rate in effect at the time your invoice is created. You can change your local currency at any time, but after an invoice is finalized, it must be paid in that currency.

You can pay invoices in non-USD currencies only by using Visa or MasterCard. AWS makes every effort to charge your card in your preferred currency, but ineligible cards can be charged only in USD. If you choose a payment currency that the issuing institution of your card doesn't support, you might be charged foreign currency conversion charges or fees. Currency conversion is provided by Amazon Services LLC.

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Published: 2016-01-28

Updated: 2018-02-02