Form Recognizer Commitment Tier Pricing

HouMez 351 Reputation points
2022-11-28T14:39:53.85+00:00

The Azure Pricing calculator does not seem to show the right prices for the 'Pay as you go' option:

S0 / Pay as you go / WestEurope:
Azure Pricing Calculator: 50€ per 1K pages
Azure Portal: 42,17€ per 1K pages (this is the reflected price on our invoices)

Commitment Tier:
Azure Pricing Calculator: 800€ per 20K pages
Which comes down to 40€ per 1K, not a big difference compared to the real price of the 'Pay as you go'.

Does anyone have the real numbers for the commitment tier ?

Thanks.

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Azure AI Document Intelligence
An Azure service that turns documents into usable data. Previously known as Azure Form Recognizer.
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  1. YutongTie-MSFT 48,156 Reputation points
    2022-11-28T16:10:39.457+00:00

    Hello @HoucemMEZHOUDI-8102

    Thanks for reaching out to us, the pricing table for commitment tier is as below table -

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    Compare to the pay as you go tier below -

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    I can understand your feeling, there seems no big discount as the table above, but if you have huge volume, I would like to help you connect with the team to see if any further discount.

    I hope the information helps.

    Regards,
    Yutong

    -Please kindly accept the answer if you feel helpful to support the community, thanks a lot.

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  2. HouMez 351 Reputation points
    2022-11-28T17:12:22.647+00:00

    Hi @YutongTie-MSFT ,
    Thanks for your reply, I am aware of this commitment pricing table, but if you compare the Pay as you go price shown on this table (50€ per 1K) and the price showing on the Azure Portal (42,17€ per 1K) you will see a difference:
    Azure Pricing Calculator:
    264865-2022-11-28-18h13-07.png

    Azure Portal:
    264837-2022-11-28-17h59-10.png

    When I see that the Pay as you go price is not accurate on the Azure Pricing Calculator, I assume that the commitment tier prices aren't accurate either.