Payment options for your Google service
Applies to G Suite, Google Drive Enterprise, other paid subscriptions in your Google Admin console.
You pay for a Google service subscription or domain purchased through Google by making regular payments with a credit card. In some locations, we can debit payments directly from a bank account. When you set up billing for your subscription, you enter a primary payment method that we charge automatically for your ongoing service. Later, you can change your primary payment method, or add other methods—for example, as a backup for automatic payments or to split payments between methods.The exact payment methods and currencies you can use depend on your location. See Payment options in my country.
How you can pay
Google accepts international payments from major credit cards, including Visa, Mastercard, and American Express. If you make a credit card your primary payment method, we'll charge your card for your automatic payments.
(Available only in the US, UK, and some European countries.) Depending on the country where you do business, you might be able to make payments via bank transfers (sometimes called direct debit). If you make a bank account your primary payment method, we'll debit the account for your automatic payments.
(Highly recommended) To prevent your service from being suspended if your primary payment method fails, you can add a separate credit card to use for backup payments. If we try to charge your primary payment method and the payment is declined, we'll try to charge the backup credit card, instead.
You can also prepay by manually adding credit to your account. Make payments using any credit card or bank account you've added to your billing account. If you have credit on your account, we'll debit your automatic payment from that credit instead of charging your primary payment method.
Options for businesses
Some businesses can qualify for an invoiced billing account where you make payments by check or wire transfer. For details, see About invoiced billing accounts.