Tuesday, 7 February 2012

Amazon S3 Lowers Standard Storage Prices

Dear Amazon S3 Customer,

We are excited to announce that we have reduced the Amazon S3 standard storage prices in all regions. With this price change, all Amazon S3 standard storage customers will see a reduction in their storage costs. For instance, if you store 50 TB of data on average, you'll see a 12% reduction in costs. If you store 500 TB of data on average, you'll see a 13.5% reduction in costs. The price reduction applies to all of your standard storage- both existing storage and all new storage you add. Here is a summary of price changes for the US Standard region:

                          Old         New
First 1TB           $0.140    $0.125
Next 49TB         $0.125    $0.110
Next 450TB       $0.110    $0.095
Next 500TB       $0.095    $0.090
Next 4000TB     $0.080    $0.080 (no change)
Over 5000TB     $0.055    $0.055 (no change)

The new lower prices for all regions can be found on the Amazon S3 Detail Page. New prices are effective February 1st and will be applied to your bill for all storage on or after this date.

We are happy to pass along these savings to you as we continue to innovate and drive down our costs.

The Amazon S3 Team

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