VPN Connection Pricing

  • $0.05 per VPN Connection-hour
  • $0.048 per VPN Connection-hour for connections to the Tokyo region

If you choose to create a Hardware VPN Connection to your VPC using a Virtual Private Gateway, you are charged for each "VPN Connection-hour" that your VPN connection is provisioned and available. Each partial VPN Connection-hour consumed is billed as a full hour. You also incur standard AWS data transfer charges for all data transferred via the VPN Connection. If you no longer wish to be charged for a VPN Connection, you simply terminate your VPN Connection using the AWS Management Console, commandline interface, or API.

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AWS PrivateLink Pricing

If you choose to create an Interface type VPC endpoint in your VPC, you are charged for each hour that your VPC endpoint is provisioned in each Availability Zone. Data processing charges apply for each Gigabyte processed through the VPC endpoint regardless of the traffic’s source or destination. Each partial VPC endpoint-hour consumed is billed as a full hour. If you no longer wish to be charged for a VPC endpoint, delete your VPC endpoints using the AWS Management Console, command line interface (CLI), or API.

Region Price per VPC Endpoint per AZ ($/hour) Price per GB data processed ($)
US East (N.Virginia) 0.01 0.01
US East (Ohio) 0.01 0.01
US West (Oregon) 0.01 0.01
US West (N. California) 0.011
0.01
Canada (Central) 0.011
0.01
EU (Ireland) 0.011
0.01
EU (London)
0.011
0.01
EU (Frankfurt) 0.012 0.01
Asia Pacific (Singapore) 0.013 0.01
Asia Pacific (Tokyo) 0.014 0.01
Asia Pacific (Seoul)
0.013
0.01
Asia Pacific (Sydney) 0.013
0.01
Asia Pacific (Mumbai) 0.013 0.01
South America (São Paulo)
0.021 0.01

NAT Gateway Pricing

If you choose to create a NAT gateway in your VPC, you are charged for each “NAT Gateway-hour" that your NAT gateway is provisioned and available. Data processing charges apply for each Gigabyte processed through the NAT gateway regardless of the traffic’s source or destination. Each partial NAT Gateway-hour consumed is billed as a full hour. You also incur standard AWS data transfer charges for all data transferred via the NAT gateway. If you no longer wish to be charged for a NAT gateway, simply delete your NAT gateway using the AWS Management Console, commandline interface, or API.

Region Price per NAT gateway ($/hour) Price per GB data processed ($)
US East (N.Virginia) 0.045 0.045
US East (Ohio) 0.045 0.045
US West (Oregon) 0.045 0.045
US West (N. California) 0.048 0.048
Canada (Central) 0.050 0.050
EU (Ireland) 0.048 0.048
EU (London)
0.050 0.050
EU (Frankfurt) 0.052 0.052
Asia Pacific (Singapore) 0.059 0.059
Asia Pacific (Tokyo) 0.062 0.062
Asia Pacific (Seoul)
0.059
0.059
Asia Pacific (Sydney) 0.059 0.059
Asia Pacific (Mumbai) 0.056 0.056
South America (São Paulo)
0.093 0.093

Except as otherwise noted, our prices are exclusive of applicable taxes and duties, including VAT and applicable sales tax. For customers with a Japanese billing address, use of the Asia Pacific (Tokyo) Region is subject to Japanese Consumption Tax. Learn more.

NAT Gateway Pricing Example

Let’s assume you created a NAT gateway and you have an EC2 instance routing to the Internet through the NAT gateway. Your EC2 instance behind the NAT gateway sends a 1 GB file to one of your S3 buckets. The EC2 instance, NAT gateway and S3 Bucket are in the same region US East (Ohio), and the NAT gateway and EC2 instance are in the same availability zone. We calculate your cost as follows:

  • NAT Gateway Hourly Charge: NAT Gateway is charged on an hourly basis. For this region, the rate is $0.045 per hour.
  • NAT Gateway Data Processing Charge: 1 GB data went through NAT gateway. The NAT Gateway Data Processing charge is applied and will result in a charge of $0.045.
  • Data Transfer Charge: This is the standard EC2 Data Transfer charge. 1 GB data was transferred from the EC2 instance to S3 via the NAT gateway. There was no charge for the data transfer from the EC2 instance to S3 as it is Data Transfer Out to Amazon EC2 to S3 in the same region. There was also no charge for the data transfer between the NAT Gateway and the EC2 instance since the traffic stays in the same availability zone using private IP addresses. There will be data transfer charge between your NAT Gateway and EC2 instance if they are in the different availability zone. Please visit the Data Transfer section of the EC2 Pricing Page for more details.

In summary, your charge will be $0.045 for 1 GB data processed by the NAT gateway and a charge of $0.045 per hour will always apply once the NAT gateway is provisioned and available. The data transfer has no charge in this example. However, if you send the file to a non-AWS internet location instead, there will be data transfer charge as it is data transfer out from Amazon EC2 to internet.  

Note: To avoid the NAT Gateway Data Processing charge in this example, you could setup a Gateway Type VPC endpoint and route the traffic to/from S3 through the VPC endpoint instead of going through the NAT Gateway. There is no data processing or hourly charges for using Gateway Type VPC endpoints. For details on how to use VPC endpoints, please visit VPC Endpoints Documentation.