Office 365 subscription (the latest one in the MS Office Family) is available in two versions, i.e. paid and free. The paid version allows you to avail all the features and services included in the productivity suite. To buy this subscription, you can pay via Direct Debit, your Bank Account, and other payment methods. At times, you may need to add new or make changes to the existing payment details and to make it easy for you, we have provided the stepwise procedure for the same.
(Please note- that the option of using a direct debit, bank or other kind of account to make payment for your Office setup subscription may vary country to country.)
Steps to add a bank, direct debit or other accounts in Office 365
- Log in to your Office 365 account at Office.com/myaccount and go to the Payment Options section
- Now, choose Add a Payment option
- Select Bank Account (For Office users in the United States) or Direct Debit (If available for your region)
- Hit Next
- On the next page, provide your bank account information
Steps to update a bank, direct debit, or other accounts in Office 365
- Log in to the Payment Option page using your Microsoft account username and password associated with your Office 365 subscription
- Now, search for the account you want to update
- Click Edit Info
- Update the latest information of that account and hit Next
- Your Account info is now updated!
Please note- that you cannot change your account number or account and if you wish to do so, you will have to add a new account by following the steps given under Add a bank, direct debit, or other account section mentioned earlier in this article!
Steps to remove a bank, direct debit or other accounts in Office 365
(Please note- that you cannot remove an Office Setup account that is currently used to make payment for your active Office 365 subscription. If you want to do so then add a new account first and then follow the steps to remove the account. Also, if you remove a payment option, it gets automatically removed from all the Microsoft services.)
- Log in to the Payment Options page using the Microsoft account’s username and password
- Search for the account you want to remove and click Remove
- Select Yes, Remove to verify
- Now, choose Back to Payments
- It’s done!
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