Reword the Microsoft Azure - Pricing Details.
Here is your pricing example:
Example: If you have 1.2 TB of data in one instance, then the cost would be $30 plus storage consumed. You would be charged $10 for two 500 GB increments and $10 for the remaining 200 GB data.
So in the example I'll pay $10 for two 500 GB, and $10 for the remaining 200 GB data.
This adds up to $20.
Were the pricing above it reads:
Instance > 500 GB $10 for each 500 GB increment + storage consumed.
Substitute the word 'each' for the word 'two' and your math will work.
Communication with your client before he goes insane would be awesome you have seriously locked blocked shoved me in hole and tossed the key I need help
Alex T. Silverstein commented
Kimberly, I Googled that for you: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/pricing/details/backup/
If possible, could you post the URL or a screenshot showing where your suggestion should be used?