All clients are subscribed to the PAYG (pay-as-you-go) billing plan, which means you only pay for the amount of time they use our Cloud resources. Resources are charged per minute.
To start using Cloud services, you need to add at least €4/$4 to your balance. Please note: this payment cannot be refunded.
As soon as your expenses reach €4/$4, the system will deduct this amount from your existing balance. If your balance has insufficient funds, the system will charge this amount from the added payment method. If payment is successful, you will continue using resources as before until your expenses reach the €4/$4 threshold again.
If the payment fails both from your Gcore balance and the added payment method, the service will be suspended. If you don’t top up your balance within the next 14 days, all Cloud resources associated with your account will be deleted. To avoid service suspension and ensure uninterrupted access to Cloud resources, you can top up your balance in advance.
Up-to-date prices for our Cloud resources are available on our website.
Virtual instances are charged from the moment you create them until they are completely stopped. Please note that volumes, snapshots, IP addresses (a floating IP, virtual IP, and reserved IP address), images and the Windows license are charged separately. The outgoing traffic is free.
Volumes, IP addresses (a floating IP, virtual IP, and reserved IP address), images, snapshots are charged from the moment you create them until the moment you delete them, regardless of whether the instance is running or not.
Bare metal servers and AI IPUs are charged from the moment you create them until the moment you delete them, regardless of whether the server is running or not. Please note that Windows license and outgoing traffic are charged separately.
Logging is charged per the volume of stored logs.
Functions are charged for the amount of compute resources used to execute the function.
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