Change your organization's billing subscription

Azure DevOps Services

Learn how to change the Azure subscription that your Azure DevOps organization uses for billing. You can remove your billing subscription at any time.

Tip

To estimate costs for Azure DevOps, see the Pricing calculator or the Azure DevOps pricing page.

Prerequisites

To change or remove your billing subscription, you need the following permissions:

Change your subscription

  1. Sign in to your organization (https://dev.azure.com/{yourorganization}).

  2. Select gear icon Organization settings.

    Screenshot showing highlighted Organization settings button.

  3. Select Billing.

    Screenshot showing Billing selection in Organization settings.

  4. Select Change billing. If you don't see the Change billing button, you don't have the right permissions for access.

    Screenshot showing highlighted Change billing button.

  5. Choose your Azure subscription, and then select Save.

    Screenshot showing Azure subscription selection.

Note

A user interface limitation prevents the subscription picker from displaying more than 50 subscriptions. If your user account has access to more than 50 subscriptions and the target subscription you want to change the billing for isn't visible, you can follow either of the following two workarounds:

Remove your subscription

  1. Sign in to your organization, choose gear icon Organization settings > Billing, and then Change billing, following steps 1 through 4 provided in the Change the subscription section.

  2. Choose Remove billing, and then choose Save.

Your subscription gets removed from billing for your organization.

Note

  • When you remove the billing subscription from your organization, any paid quantities of Basic, Azure Artifacts users, Azure Test Plans users, Microsoft-hosted CI/CD, and self-hosted CI/CD go back to the free tier of service immediately.
  • If you delete your organization resource in the Azure Portal, do so after you change the billing subscription in Azure DevOps and not before, to avoid your organization reverting to the free tier of service.

Next steps