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Managing the plan for your GitHub account

You can manage billing for GitHub Enterprise Cloud from your enterprise account on

About billing for plans

GitHub offers free and paid plans for every developer or team.

About per-user pricing

For organizations and enterprises, your bill begins with the number of licensed seats you choose.

Viewing the subscription and usage for your enterprise account

You can view the current subscription, license usage, invoices, payment history, and other billing information for your enterprise account.

Upgrading your account's plan

You can upgrade the plan for any type of account on at any time.

Viewing and managing pending changes to your plan

You can view and cancel pending changes to your plan before they take effect on your next billing date.

Downgrading your account's plan

You can downgrade the plan for any type of account on at any time.

Managing invoices for your enterprise

You can view, pay, or download a current invoice for your enterprise, and you can view your payment history.

Connecting an Azure subscription

You can enable and pay for usage-based billing on by connecting an Azure subscription.

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.

One-time payments for customers in India

Customers in India who have been impacted by the Reserve Bank of India's recurring payment regulation can now make one-time payments for their GitHub subscriptions and services.

Discounted plans for GitHub accounts

GitHub Enterprise Cloud provides discounts to students, educators, educational institutions, nonprofits, and libraries.