MSN Billing Update

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Change the payment method or credit card linked to your Microsoft account. Add a new payment method.

If you want to change how you pay for purchases from Microsoft Store, like movies, TV shows, apps, and games, you can change the payment method linked to your Microsoft account. 

  • Here’s how to add a credit card, debit card, bank account, PayPal account, or Mobile phone as a new payment option for your Microsoft account. 
  • Note: If you’re trying to the add a payment option that’s tied to a Microsoft subscription with recurring billing, like Xbox Live Gold, Xbox Game Pass, or Office 365, can’t be removed until you change how you pay for the subscription.
  • Add a new payment option online
    • Sign in to the Payment options the Microsoft account you want to add the payment option. If you’re having issues signing in to your Microsoft account, go to Microsoft account help.
    • Select add a payment option.
    • Select the type of payment option you want to add, and then select next.
  • Add a new payment option on an Xbox One console:
    • Sign in to an Xbox One console with the Microsoft account you want to add the payment option. If you’re having issues signing in to your Microsoft account, go to Microsoft account help.
    • Press the Xbox button on your controller to open the guide.
    • Select Settings Account > Payment & billing.
    • Choose the type of payment method you want to add.

Update info for a current payment method

If your name, billing address, expiration date, or CVV number has changed for your current payment method, here’s how you can update it:

  • Note: If you’re trying to the update the info for a payment option that’s tied to a Microsoft subscription with recurring billing, like Xbox Live Gold, Xbox Game Pass, or Office 365, you have to make those changes on the Subscription and services page.
  • Update payment option info online:
    • Sign in to your Payment options with your Microsoft account. If you’re having issues signing in to your Microsoft account, go to Microsoft account help.
    • Find the payment option you want to update, and then select Edit info.
  • Update payment option on Xbox One:
    • Press the Xbox button on your controller to open the guide.
    •  Select Settings Account >Payment & billing.
    • On the Payment options screen, scroll right to the payment option you want to update, and then select Edit info.
    • Update payment option details, then select Save.

Remove a payment method

If you have a payment method that you are no longer using or that has expired, here’s how to remove it.

  • Note: If you’re trying to the remove a payment option that’s tied to a Microsoft subscription with recurring billing, like Xbox Live Gold, Xbox Game Pass, or Office 365, it can’t be removed until you change how you pay for the subscription.
  • Remove a payment option online:
    • Sign in to the Payment options page with the Microsoft account that has the payment option you want to remove. If you’re having issues signing in to your Microsoft account, go to Microsoft account help.
    • Find the payment option you want to remove, and then select Remove.
    • Select yes, remove to confirm that you want to remove the payment option.
  • Remove a payment option on Xbox One:
    • Press the Xbox button on your controller to open the guide.
    • Select Settings Account > Payment & billing.
    • On the Payment options screen, scroll right to the payment option you want to update, then select Remove.
    • Select Yes, Remove to confirm payment option removal.

Troubleshooting problems changing a payment method

If you’re having problems adding, updating, or removing a payment method, here are some answers to common issues that may occur when you change a payment method:

  • I can’t remove a payment method or add a new one
    • Make sure the payment method isn’t tied to a Microsoft subscription or service. Payment methods used to pay for a Microsoft subscription can’t be removed until you change how you pay for the subscription. If you see Subscriptions covered listed to the left of the payment method you’re trying to remove, it’s tied to a subscription.
  • I can’t add my PayPal account
    • Use PayPal with your Microsoft account. For a list of the current countries and regions that you can use with PayPal.
  • I get a message to contact support when I try to remove a payment option – If you get a message telling you to contact support when you try to remove your payment method, there may be a problem with your account. Try one of the following to check your account.
  • I need to change my payment method for a third-party Office 365 subscription
  • I want to add a new payment method for a Microsoft subscription
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Troubleshoot MSN Billing Problems

When paying for something from Microsoft Store.If you’re having trouble buying something from Microsoft Store, here are some steps to try to get things working again.

Check your payment option and account info 

In case you’re experiencing difficulty purchasing something from Microsoft Store, here are a few stages to attempt to get things working once more.

Check your MSN Billing installment alternative and record data

These are regular reasons that may cause issues when you attempt to purchase something from Microsoft Store. Check the accompanying first to check whether it settle your installment issue.

Is your installment choice data forward-thinking?

On the off chance that your installment is declined or you get a message that there is an issue with the subtleties for your installment choice, ensure that your installment choice has the right record or Visa number, CVV number, name, charging address, and termination date on the Payment choices page.

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Is your record on favorable terms?

The status of your Microsoft record can influence your capacity to make buys from Microsoft Store. You won’t most likely make a buy if your record has:

  1. Funds to be paid for a Microsoft membership.
  2. Brief suspension from your Microsoft account.
  3. Suspension or restriction from Xbox Live.

Does your record area and Microsoft Store area coordinate?

On the off chance that your record area and your Microsoft store area don’t coordinate, you’ll have an issue making a buy. You should have a substantial charging address and installment alternative that matches your region. For more data about how to check and change your area.

Do you have enough assets in your Microsoft record equalization to cover charges?

In case you’re attempting to purchase something utilizing your Microsoft Account balance, you might not have enough assets in your record to take care of the complete expense of the thing. For instance, on the off chance that you attempt to purchase a game that is recorded as $9.99, and you have a Microsoft record parity of $10, that sum isn’t sufficient to cover the assessments, so you’ll have to include more finances pay the last equalization.

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