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Does 'Pay as you use' mean you pay only for what you use when using serverless else for setup too?

 
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AWS has 'Pay as you use' policy where we pay only for what we use. Does this mean that if using a serverless service of AWS (e.g lambda etc) we pay for only what we use but if we use any other service (which may be PAAS/IAAS but not serverless), we pay for what we use as well as for initial setup?
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