How do I interpret the charges on my RCS pricing model invoice?

This article explains how to interpret the charges on a Wasabi RCS pricing model invoice.  To help with this explanation, below is a sample standard RCS and RCS overage Wasabi invoices that are sent by Wasabi to a customer. 

Note: Customers using the Wasabi pay-go pricing model should not refer to this invoice example and should refer to this article for more information. 

 

'Standard' RCS Invoice

This invoice is sent by Wasabi to you in association a RCS purchase.  In the example below, the invoice shows a purchase of 250 TB of storage for a 1 year term.  The invoice also shows Premium Support, which is required for all RCS purchases.

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'Overage' RCS Invoice

This invoice is sent by Wasabi to you in the event that your timed active or timed deleted storage exceeds the value of your initial (add-on) RCS purchases.  In the example below, the invoice shows an overage quantity of 15.03 TB for a total active TB amount of 40.03 (15.03 TB plus the 25 TB initial RCS purchase). The overage fee is based on this calculation: (overage amount of 15.03 TB) * ($.0059 GB/mo; the standard pay-go storage price) * (1024 GB/TB) for a total amount of $90.79.  Lastly, the premium support of 7% is applied to the overage amount ($90.79 * .07 = $6.35)

 

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