How do I pay for these subscriptions? Will Azure Marketplace purchases appear on my Azure bill, or will there be another bill?

Azure Marketplace purchases will inherit the same payment method as your Azure subscription and will be billed separately from Azure usage unless they are enabled to consume monetary commitment.

MOSP (i.e., web-direct) customers will be charged against the same credit card that is on file for their Azure subscription profile. If you do not have a credit card on file (because you received a special waiver to have your Azure charges invoiced to you instead), then you will not be able to purchase from the Azure Marketplace.

Enterprise Agreement (EA) customers will be charged against their EA. Specific Azure Marketplace offers listed here will first deduct from any available monetary commitment, then be billed as an overage on a single quarterly invoice. All other Marketplace offers will be billed quarterly, in arrears in a separate Marketplace invoice. EA indirect, education and government customers will be billed by their Licensing Solution Provider (LSP).will first deduct from any available monetary commitment, then be billed as an overage on a single quarterly invoice. All other Marketplace offers will be billed quarterly, in arrears in a separate Marketplace invoice. EA indirect, education and government customers will be billed by their Licensing Solution Provider (LSP).

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