In order to stop all Amazon EC2-related charges for an account, do the following in all AWS regions:
Note: Deleted, terminated, or released resources cannot be recovered.
- Stop or terminate all EC2 instances and load balancers
- Release all Dedicated Hosts
- Delete all EBS volumes and EBS snapshots
- Release all Elastic IP addresses
- Deregister all Amazon Machine Images (AMIs)
- Terminate all Elastic Beanstalk environments
Amazon EC2 resources fall under a few general billing categories. To stop accruing charges for EC2 resources, delete or terminate all on-demand EC2 resources in all AWS regions.
The following EC2-related resources might generate on-demand charges when used or provisioned to an account:
- EBS volumes
- Data transfer
- Elastic IP addresses that aren't associated with an EC2 instance
- Amazon Machine Images (AMIs)
- Load balancers
Note: Reserved Instances are billed as a flat fee each month, according to the terms of the Reserved Instance contract you agreed to when you activated the Reserved Instance. Reserved Instances cannot be canceled, but if you have a US bank account, you can list them for sale on the Reserved Instance Marketplace.
The following EC2-related resources don't generate charges when used or provisioned to an account:
- Virtual private clouds (VPCs)
- Security groups
- Key pairs
- Elastic network interfaces (ENIs)
- Auto Scaling groups
Note: Amazon Lightsail and EC2 use similar terminology, but they are separate services and are billed separately. For more information about Lightsail, see Lightsail docs.
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