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When do I set up billing?

When you sign up for Google Apps, you get a free 30 day trial to use Google services with 10 or fewer users. To continue service after that or to add more than 10 users, you must set up billing for your subscription. It's important to set up billing before your free trial expires so your services aren't suspended. You can set up billing at any time.

Does Google accept currencies other than dollars?

When you first set up a Google billing account, you choose a country where you do business and a currency you want to pay in. Your country determines what payment methods you can use. Choose your country and currency carefully, as you can't change these selections later.

What billing plans are available?

When you set up billing for Google Apps, you choose between two billing plans: A Flexible Plan where you're billed only for the user accounts you use each month. Or an Annual Plan, which provides a discount if you commit to a year of service for a minimum number of users.

What forms of payments does Google accept?

You can pay for your Google Apps subscription using an international credit card. Google accepts payments from Visa, Mastercard, and American Express. Or in some locations, you can pay by making withdrawals from a bank account (also called direct debit).

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Top Billing FAQs

When do I set up billing?

When you sign up for Google Apps, you get a free 30 day trial to use Google services with 10 or fewer users. To continue service after that or to add more than 10 users, you must set up billing for your subscription. It's important to set up billing before your free trial expires so your services aren't suspended. You can set up billing at any time.

Does Google accept currencies other than dollars?

When you first set up a Google billing account, you choose a country where you do business and a currency you want to pay in. Your country determines what payment methods you can use. Choose your country and currency carefully, as you can't change these selections later.

What billing plans are available?

When you set up billing for Google Apps, you choose between two billing plans: A Flexible Plan where you're billed only for the user accounts you use each month. Or an Annual Plan, which provides a discount if you commit to a year of service for a minimum number of users.

What forms of payments does Google accept?

You can pay for your Google Apps subscription using an international credit card. Google accepts payments from Visa, Mastercard, and American Express. Or in some locations, you can pay by making withdrawals from a bank account (also called direct debit).

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