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Default Mobile Services instances

Assuming I have a Windows Store app that can be deployed on a Windows tablet and phone. Can I create a separate Mobile Service instance (with different database but exactly the same tables and scripts) for each different customer so that they are charged for any backend capacity upgrade they might need?
Setting up the back end tables and scripts for the customer would be included as part of the application price.


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