Pricing Model

Introduction This section has been prepared to help our customers better understand Filebase’s pricing model. If you have questions about our pricing policies that are not addressed here or have questions about our billing and payment policies, please email [email protected].

Subscription A base Filebase subscription fee of $5.99 includes 1 TB of storage and 1 TB of bandwidth.

  • Additional storage and outgoing transfer is billed at $0.0059 / GB

Pricing Benefits

  • Filebase does not charge for ingress or for API requests

  • Filebase does not impose any minimum duration periods.

  • All free and paid customers have access to our Filebase Edge Caching Technology, which helps to make uploads and downloads highly-performant when compared to fetching and retrieving data directly from decentralized networks. If data is cached on our edge, you don't pay for the bandwidth.

How are my usage charges calculated?

Storage Usage Charges: Amount of active storage that is stored with Filebase for the billing cycle. A customer invoice will show a unit price of $.00019499 per GB per day (which is based on Filebase's standard price of $5.99 TB per month divided by 30 days per month divided by 1024 GB per TB).

Bandwidth Usage Charges: Amount of data (object data only) that leaves (egresses) the Filebase platform.

Billing Periods Filebase bills on a 30-day cycle (regardless of the length of the month or when the billing cycle starts).

What is the start date my billing cycle? Filebase uses a 30 day billing cycle that begins once you become a paid customer. Invoices are generated and delivered every 30 days. This also means that the start date of your billing cycle may not always be the same day every month because not every month has 30 days. Is pricing always based on USD (U.S. Dollars)? Yes. We are working on a plan to offer pricing and invoicing in currencies other than USD in the future.