Organization members with the owner or billing manager role can upgrade or downgrade the organization's billing plan.
Tip: For more information, see "How does upgrading or downgrading affect the billing process?".
You can upgrade and pay for an account with a credit card if you need private repositories for private projects.
You can upgrade and pay for an account with PayPal if you need private repositories for private projects.
Organizations can collaborate on unlimited private repositories and pay based on team size with per-user pricing.
If your organization is using the legacy per-repository billing plan, you can switch to per-user pricing at any time.
If you'd like additional users to have access to your organization's private repositories, you can purchase more seats anytime.
If you're not using all of your organization's paid seats, you can downgrade to pay for fewer seats.
With a coupon code, you can apply a discounted (or free!) private plan to your account.
Choose to pay for your organization on a monthly or yearly billing cycle, depending on your needs.
You can stop your recurring payments for per-seat pricing and downgrade to a free account at any time.
You can stop your recurring payments for per-repository pricing and downgrade to a free account at any time.
Private repositories on your account are locked when you downgrade your paid account to a free one, or if your paid account is seriously past due because of billing problems.
Purchasing additional data packs increases your monthly bandwidth quota and total storage capacity for your organization. For more information on Git LFS, see "Versioning large files."
You can downgrade your organization's storage and bandwidth for Git LFS by increments of 50 GB/month in bandwidth and storage.