Google Cloud Pricing Calculator

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Q: Should I consider the price estimates here as "final offer"?

A: The estimated fees provided by Google Cloud Pricing Calculator are for discussion purposes only and are not binding on either you or Google. Your actual fees may be higher or lower than the estimate. A more detailed and specific list of fees will be provided at time of sign up. To sign up for Google Cloud and purchase services, please click on one of the product links above.

Q: What usage timeframe should I use when entering estimated numbers in the Calculator?

A: By default it is monthly estimated use, unless the name of the parameter says otherwise (e.g. "per day")

Q: What if I just need to pull the pricing data?

A: Use these links: API or Web page

Q: What is the difference between GB and GiB units?

A: 1 GB is often defined as 1,000,000,000 bytes. GiB (Gibibytes) is a standard unit used in the field of data processing and transmission and is defined as base 1024 rather than base 1000. For example, 1 GB is defined as 1000 3 bytes, whereas 1 GiB is defined as 1024 3 bytes.

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