It’s important to keep your organization’s payment information current so your Office 365 service will continue without interruption. For example, if the credit card that you’ve been using is reissued and has a new expiration date, make sure to update the information in Office 365.
- Go to Admin > Licenses (or Manage and purchase licenses).
- On the Subscriptions page, click a subscription name.
Note If you don’t see the Edit link, your subscription is expired. To edit payment details, including your credit card, you need to renew your subscription. For more information, see What happens if my subscription expires? for Office 365 Enterprise and Office 365 Midsize Business or What happens if my subscription expires? for Office 365 Small Business.
- On the Subscription details page, under Payment details, click Edit, and then follow the instructions.
Tip If a subscription was purchased by another admin at your organization, you won’t be able to update the credit card information for the subscription. If that credit card is about to expire and the other administrator isn’t able to update the information, you can prevent service interruption by adding a different credit card for the subscription.
Need to change from paying by credit card to paying by invoice?
If you adjust your subscription so that the payment amount is higher, or if your original reasons for choosing to pay by credit card rather than invoice have gone away, you can change your payment method from credit card to invoice. Changing your payment options involves calling billing support. For more information, see Change your payment method for Office 365.