Adding or editing a payment method→
You can add a payment method to your account or update your account's existing payment method at any time.
About billing for your enterprise→
You can view billing information for your enterprise.
Setting your billing email→
Your account's billing email is where GitHub Enterprise Cloud sends receipts and other billing-related communication.
About per-user pricing→
With per-user pricing, organizations pay based on team size to access advanced collaboration and management tools for teams, and optionally, security, compliance, and deployment controls.
Removing a payment method
If you aren't using your payment method for any paid subscriptions on GitHub, you can remove the payment method so it's no longer stored in your account.
How does upgrading or downgrading affect the billing process?
When you upgrade the subscription for your personal account or organization, changes are applied immediately. When you downgrade your subscription, changes are applied at the end of your current billing cycle.
- About billing on GitHub
- Viewing your subscriptions and billing date
- Adding or editing a payment method
- Viewing your payment history and receipts
- Adding information to your receipts
- Setting your billing email
- Changing the duration of your billing cycle
- Redeeming a coupon
- Troubleshooting a declined credit card charge
- Unlocking a locked account
- Removing a payment method
- About billing for GitHub accounts
- About per-user pricing
- About billing for your enterprise
- Viewing the subscription and usage for your enterprise account
- Upgrading your GitHub subscription
- Viewing and managing pending changes to your subscription
- Downgrading your GitHub subscription
- Managing invoices for your enterprise
- Connecting an Azure subscription to your enterprise
- How does upgrading or downgrading affect the billing process?
- Discounted subscriptions for GitHub accounts