Open the Amazon Web Services home page. Choose Create an AWS Account.
Note: If you signed in to AWS recently, choose Sign in to the Console. If Create a new AWS account isn't visible, first choose Sign in to a different account, and then choose Create a new AWS account.
Enter your account information, and then choose Continue. Be sure that you enter your account information correctly, especially your email address.
If you enter your email address incorrectly, you can't access your account. Choose Personal or Professional. Note: Personal accounts and professional accounts have the same features and functions.
Enter your company or personal information.
Important: For professional AWS accounts, it's a best practice to enter the company phone number rather than a personal cell phone.
Configuring a root account with an individual email address or a personal phone number can make your account insecure.
Read and accept the AWS Customer Agreement.
Note: Be sure that you read and understand the terms of the AWS Customer Agreement.
Choose Create Account and Continue.
After this initial configuration, you will need to go over some payment method and phone number verification.
Once that’s done, AWS will ask you for an AWS Support Plan, select the most appropriate for your usage. If you’re unsure about the plans, compare here the options
Note: Account activation can sometimes be delayed.