For more information about your billing account, check out the following articles: Microsoft Online Services Program: A billing account for a Microsoft Online Service program is created when you log in to Azure via the Azure website. For example, if you sign into a Free azure account, you have an account with usage rates or a subscription to Visual Studio. Microsoft Partnership Contract: For CSP (Cloud Solution Provider) partners, a billing account for a Microsoft partnership contract is created to manage its customers in the new business experience. Partners must have at least one customer with an Azure plan to manage their billing account on the Azure portal. For more information, please see the first steps in your Microsoft Partnership Agreement billing account. Apply policies to check whether users can view and analyze the costs of organizing customers at Pay-As-You-Go rates for their azure consumption. By default, the policy is disabled and users cannot view the costs. Once enabled, users who have the corresponding RBAC Azure access in a subscription can view and analyze the cost of the subscription. Creating additional billing profiles can affect your total cost. For more information, please see the information to consider when adding new billing profiles.
Select the billing section to link the subscription fee. Supplements are listed in this section on the bill for the bill. Select billing profiles in the left area. In the list, select a billing profile. The new section will be displayed on the invoice for the selected billing profile. Corporate administrators are listed as account holders, while business administrators with reading-only rights are listed as billing account readers. If you feel that there is no access for business administrators, you can give them access to the Azure portal. For more information, see Billing Roller Management on the Azure portal. Use the roles described in the following sections to manage your billing account for a Microsoft customer agreement. These roles are in addition to the built-in rollers that Azure has to control access to resources. For more information, see Built-in Azure Scrolls. Azure reservations in your Enterprise Agreement registration are carried over to your new billing account without changing benefits or durations.
Transactions completed before the transition will not be displayed in your new billing account. However, you can check that the benefits of your bookings apply to your subscriptions by accessing the Azure Reservations page. Subscriptions and other products can only be moved between billing sections that are part of the same billing profile. Moving subscriptions and products through billing sections in different billing profiles is not supported. In Microsoft`s customer contract billing account, fees are estimated and considered to be on hold until they are billed. You can view the pending fees on the Azure portal to estimate your next bill. The remaining costs are estimated and do not include taxes. The actual fees on your next bill vary depending on the unpaid fee. Enterprise Agreement: A corporate agreement billing account is established when your organization signs an Enterprise Agreement (EA) for the use of Azure. You can have up to 2000 subscriptions in a business agreement. Microsoft is improving the shopping experience to better help all customers, whether you`re starting a digital transformation or securing your place in a competitive marketplace.
Also, no matter whether your organization is large or small, you can always buy through Microsoft`s customer contract. If someone makes a purchase in your organization, you accept the same agreement.