Updated on 2023-11-28 GMT+08:00

Billing Items

Huawei Cloud CDN charges basic traffic or bandwidth fees on a pay-per-use basis.

Billing Options

Billing Item




You are billed by the traffic used per hour.

Traffic-based Billing

Peak bandwidth

The system measures and records a peak bandwidth every 5 minutes, so 288 records are collected per day. The highest peak bandwidth per day is used as the billable bandwidth.

Peak Bandwidth-based Billing

95th percentile bandwidth

In each calendar month, the peak bandwidth is measured and recorded every 5 minutes on each valid day. At the end of the month, the records are sorted from the highest to the lowest, and the top 5% of the records are thrown away. Then the highest bandwidth value in the remaining records is the billable bandwidth of the month and a bill is generated based on the contract price.

Billing by 95th Percentile Bandwidth

Average daily peak bandwidth

At the end of each calendar month, the system calculates the average of peak bandwidth of valid days in this month. The average value is the billable bandwidth of the month and the bill is generated based on the contract price.

Billing by Average Daily Peak Bandwidth

  • On the Statistical Analysis page on the CDN console, the logged traffic statistics of acceleration domain names are displayed. These statistics are obtained from logs at the application level. However, the billable traffic (the actual network traffic) is 7% to 15% higher than the displayed statistics on the CDN console because the traffic consumed by TCP/IP packet headers and TCP retransmissions also needs to be counted in. Therefore, the billable traffic will be typically 10% higher than the statistics displayed on the CDN console.
  • CDN billing is global. All acceleration domain names under an account use the same billing mode.

Pricing Details

CDN services are charged by region and have different prices. For details, see Pricing Details.

Charging Regions

Charging Region

Country and Region (Divided Based on Huawei's Internal Businesses)

Asia Pacific 1

Hong Kong (China), Macao (China), Taiwan (China), Japan, and South Korea

Asia Pacific 2


Asia Pacific 3

Vietnam, Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines, Singapore, Malaysia, Cambodia, Laos, Kyrgyzstan, Brunei, Myanmar, Nepal, Bangladesh, Mongolia, Sri Lanka, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Armenia, Uzbekistan, Cyprus, and Azerbaijan


United Kingdom, Germany, France, Netherlands, Spain, Italy, Ireland, Sweden, Belgium, Austria, Poland, Romania, Belarus, Portugal, Türkiye, Moldova, Bulgaria, Latvia, Switzerland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Luxembourg, Greece, Croatia, Serbia, and Finland

Middle East and Africa

United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Pakistan, Qatar, Oman, Kuwait, Bahrain, Iraq, South Africa, Egypt, Kenya, Tanzania, Madagascar, Djibouti, Mauritius, Ghana, Angola, Nigeria, Jordan, Yemen, and Israel

North America

United States, Canada, and Mexico


Australia, New Zealand, and Fiji

South America

Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Peru, Colombia, and Ecuador