Differences Between HUAWEI CLOUD China and HUAWEI CLOUD International
HUAWEI CLOUD has two websites: HUAWEI CLOUD China and HUAWEI CLOUD International.
- HUAWEI CLOUD China is intended for customers in the Chinese mainland. For details about how to register a HUAWEI CLOUD China account, see Account Registration Process.
- HUAWEI CLOUD International is intended for global organizations and enterprises, and overseas branches of Chinese enterprises. For details about how to register a HUAWEI CLOUD International account, see Account Registration Process. Table 1 shows the differences between the two websites.
Table 1 Differences between HUAWEI CLOUD China and HUAWEI CLOUD International
HUAWEI CLOUD China
HUAWEI CLOUD International
Using a Chinese mainland mobile number.Using an email address.NOTE:
You need to bind a mobile number in the registered country or region when specifying the account information.
Real-name authentication is required when you buy or use cloud services.
Real-name authentication is required only when you buy or use cloud services provisioned in the Chinese mainland.
Default contract signing party
Huawei Services (Hong Kong) Co., Limited
Requirement for transactions
The account has completed real-name authentication.
The account is bound with a credit card or has been granted a credit.
Prepayment. You need to pay an upfront fee before you get started.
Post payment. You can use services in advance and repay your bills later.
Payment methodBalance payment and online payment.
- Balance payment: Top up your account through online payment or bank transfer before using the balance to pay bills.
- Online payment: WeChat, AliPay, individual online banking, enterprise online banking, and bank transfer are supported.
Online payment and bank transfer. Online payment supports only VISA and MasterCard cards issued in Hong Kong (China), Macao (China), Cambodia, Laos, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Myanmar, Vietnam, Thailand, Nepal, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines, Kenya, Mauritius, South Africa, Argentina, Peru, Chile, Brazil, Mexico, and Nigeria.
Pay-per-use and yearly/monthly
Pay-per-use and reserved instances