[FoRK] Fwd: Amazon S3 Reduces Storage Pricing

Stephen Williams sdw at lig.net
Tue Nov 2 20:18:32 PDT 2010

Hey, that's a pretty good deal.  Where do I go to convert my account from GB to TB pricing???  ;-)


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Subject: 	Amazon S3 Reduces Storage Pricing
Date: 	Tue, 2 Nov 2010 08:20:16 +0000 (UTC)
From: 	Amazon Web Services <store-news at amazon.com>
To: 	sdw at lig.net <sdw at lig.net>


Dear Amazon S3 Customer,

We are excited to announce that we've reduced Amazon S3 storage prices for both Standard and Reduced Redundancy Storage in all 
regions effective November 1st. We've also lowered the threshold for our volume based discounts from 50 terabytes to 1 terabyte, 
extending volume pricing discounts to more customers. Here's a summary of the changes:

                           Old         New
First 1TB           $0.150    $0.140
Next 49TB         $0.150    $0.125
Next 50TB         $0.140    $0.110
Next 400TB       $0.130    $0.110
Next 500TB       $0.105    $0.095
Next 4000TB     $0.080    $0.080 (no change)
Over 5000TB     $0.055    $0.055 (no change)

These prices apply to Amazon S3 Standard storage in the US-Standard, EU-West, and AP-East regions. The new lower prices for the 
US-West region and Reduced Redundancy Storage can be found on the Amazon S3 Detail Page 

We're happy to be able to once again pass along savings as we've continued to lower our costs.


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