Amazon has cut the price of its online storage and compute services again, the 42nd time that the company has slashed prices on Amazon Web Services.
The price cut comes as little surprise, coming at the AWS Summit in San Francisco today. The announcement arrives one day after Google slashed its prices for Google Cloud Platform. The Amazon price cuts to AWS include:
A 51% reduction average for Amazon S3 with tier prices decreasing from 36% to 65%.
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