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Microsoft is revising the price of its Azure cloud computing services, apparently in response to fluctuating global exchange rates.

The good news for UK customers is that they will not be affected, but the company is coy about where exactly the changes in price will be applied.

Microsoft has data centres in the US, Europe, South East Asia, Australia and South America delivering the Azure cloud computing platform and other services.

For at least the past couple of years, Microsoft has aimed to be competitive on price against rival public cloud operators such as Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Google across every region.

However, Microsoft now appears to have changed tack in response to shifting global economic conditions, as the relative strengths of the currencies in some of the regions it maintains a presence affect how these services are priced.

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