Billing Summary

Billing Summary

You can get an overview of your account's costs for the current month by clicking on the Summary tab. This view helps you to track the cost of sub-accounts (profiles) that you may use to bill your own customers.

This page is composed by three views:
  1. The account cost distributed by the type of service and plan in a pie chart
  2. The account cost and the limits by the type of service and plan in a table
  3. The allocated resources and the estimated cost of each profile

Notice that the estimate cost of the profile does NOT include the cost of the current plan.
Also, the sum of all profiles plus the plan may not match the overall amount of your account if some resources are not allocated.

Discounts and credits are not included in the summary view.

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