Amazon Web Services offers cloud computing platforms for services for consumers, businesses, and governmental agencies. The service is a subsidiary of Amazon, which is one of the largest e-commerce websites in the world. Amazon was founded in 1994 by Jeff Bezos. Amazon Web Services was launched in March 2006. Some subsidiaries under the company include Annapurna Labs and AWS Elemental. The headquarters are located in Seattle, WA. The Chief Executive Officer is Andy Jassy.
Some services under Amazon Web Services include Analytics, Application Integration, AR & VR, AWS Cost Management, Blockchain, Business Applications, Computer, Customer Engagement, Database, Developer Tools, End-User Computing, Game Tech, Internet of Things, Machine Learning, Management & Governance, Media Services, Migration & Transfer, Mobile, Networking and Content Delivery, Robotics, Satellite, Security, Identity & Compliance, and Storage. When you sign up, you will automatically gain access to the AWS Free Tier, which includes free products or products with free trial periods. This includes products that are always free, 12-months free, or trials. You can learn with simple 10-minute tutorials. You can begin building with step-by-step instructional guides.
There are multiple payment options with Amazon Web Services. The Pay-As-You-Go plans allow you to pay for what you need. This option will help you with your business goals and needs without having to commit to a monthly and/or yearly amount. The Save When You Reserve plan allows you to put money in the reserve to pay upfront for the products, which will save your money on products like Amazon EC2 and Amazon RDS. The Pay Less By Using More allows you to get volume-based discounts, so the more that you use, the less that you have to pay. This is essential for larger business needs.
You can cancel Amazon Web Services at any time. Simply follow the cancellation instructions listed on this page.
- First Name
- Last Name
- Phone Number
- Email Address
- Billing Address
- ZIP/Postal Code
- Date of Last Charge
- Amount of Last Charge
- The last 4 digits of the Credit or Debit Card you are being charged on
- The Credit Card Number you’re being charged on
- Head over to https://portal.aws.amazon.com/gp/aws/manageYourAccount?#productToCancel
- Login with your email and password
- Scrolling up, find “Close Account”
- Pick “Close Account”
- Read the on-screen warnings and instructions to complete the cancellation process
- It’s important to keep the info about your cancellation, just in case!