Pricing for Outposts is different to in-region because customers purchase one or more racks of a specified configuration for a three-year term (similar in some ways to how Reserved Instance pricing works). Therefore, things like instance-level pricing doesn't apply because the full capacity of the rack(s) is available to the customer all of the time.
But even if Outpost capacity is "free" (or rather included in Outpost price) you might need to pay for service and licenses used. For ALB there is hourly charge but no capacity based (LCU) fee.
For Application Load Balancers on Outposts: $0.0225 per Application Load Balancer-hour (or partial hour) $0.00 per LCU-hour (or partial hour)
Similary you would pay for e.g. RDS service and licenses but not db server capacity or storage
And data transfer to AWS region. Data out directly from your Outpost is "free" or you would pay normal charges as you have agreed with your operator.
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