Do you charge for stopped VPS instances?

Yes. Once you created a VPS, the resource needed (CPU, RAM, storage, IP address) is allocated for you regardless of the VPS power state, and therefore incur charges. If you wish to no longer accumulate charges for a VPS, you have to destroy it.

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Yes. Once you created a VPS, the resource needed (CPU, RAM, storage, IP address) is allocated for you regardless of the VPS power state, and therefore incur charges.
If you wish to no longer accumulate charges for a VPS, you have to destroy it.

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