Microsoft launched a new monthly payment option for Azure Reserved Instances

Service that is offered by Intcomex Cloud allows Microsoft customers in CSP to acquire Azure reservations without the requirement of a full upfront payment

Microsoft just announced the availability of Azure Reservation Monthly Billing Plans, that allows customers in CSP to acquire Azure reservations without the requirement of a full upfront payment.

Until now, Azure reservations, a service that is offered by Intcomex Cloud, required payment up front. Now you can pay for reservations with monthly payments. Unlike an up-front purchase where you pay the full amount, the monthly payment option divides the total cost of the reservation evenly over each month of the term. The total cost of up-front and monthly reservations is the same and you don’t pay any extra fees when you choose to pay monthly.

Monthly payments are available for virtual machines, Azure Storage, SQL Database, SQL Data Warehouse, Cosmos DB and App Service stamp fee. New option of monthly payments can be taken when you renew a reservation.
You can pay for a reservation up front or monthly. The total cost of up-front and monthly reservations is the same and you don’t pay any extra fees when you choose to pay monthly. Monthly payment is available for Azure reservations

Azure Reservations, one of the Microsoft services provided by Intcomex Cloud, help you save money by committing to one-year or three-years plans for virtual machines, Azure Blob storage or Azure Data Lake Storage Gen2, SQL Database compute capacity, Azure Cosmos DB throughput, or other Azure resources. Committing allows you to get a discount on the resources you use. Reservations can significantly reduce your resource costs up to 72% on pay-as-you-go prices. Reservations provide a billing discount and don’t affect the runtime state of your resources.

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