When you use an enterprise account on GitHub.com, the enterprise account is the central point for all billing within your enterprise, including the organizations that your enterprise owns.
If you use GitHub Enterprise Cloud with an individual organization and do not yet have an enterprise account, you create an enterprise account and add your organization. For more information, see "Creating an enterprise account."
GitHub bills monthly for the total number of licensed seats for your enterprise account, as well as any additional services you use with GitHub Enterprise Cloud, such as GitHub Actions minutes. If you use a standalone organization on GitHub Enterprise Cloud, you'll be billed at the organization level for all usage. For more information your bill's license seats, see "About per-user pricing."
For GitHub Enterprise Cloud customers with an enterprise account, GitHub bills through your enterprise account on GitHub.com. For invoiced customers, each invoice includes a single bill charge for all of your paid GitHub.com services and any GitHub Enterprise Server instances. For more information about usage and invoices, see the following.
- "Viewing the subscription and usage for your enterprise account"
- "Managing invoices for your enterprise"
Administrators for your enterprise account on GitHub.com can access and manage billing for the enterprise. For more information, see "Roles in an enterprise."
If you purchased GitHub Enterprise through a Microsoft Enterprise Agreement, you can connect your Azure Subscription ID to your enterprise account to enable and pay for any GitHub Codespaces usage, and for GitHub Actions or GitHub Packages usage beyond the amounts included with your account. For more information, see "Connecting an Azure subscription to your enterprise."