Dear Watson Internet of Things Platform Lite Plan users,
Thank you for your long time support for the Watson IoT Platform. We hope that you have enjoyed building cool IoT projects with us.
The Watson IoT Platform Lite Plan is now offering 500 registered devices, 500 application bindings, and 200MB of each of data exchanged, data analyzed and edge data analyzed free of charge each month.
Lite Plan instances that exceed 200MB of data exchanged, data analyzed or edge data analyzed in the month will be disabled at that point and resume service in the beginning of the following month. If you need more than 200MB, you can upgrade to the Standard Plan or the Advanced Security Plan, following the steps below. These pricing plans will provide our market leading rates for the usage above the free quota.
1. Upgrade to the Pay as You Go account
You can log into the Bluemix console, and go to the Bluemix billing page.
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