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How do I add a credit card for payment?
How do I add a credit card for payment?

Learn how to add a new payment card, change an existing one or simply access your Billing settings.

Updated over a week ago

If you have chosen to pay via credit card, you will receive a direct link to your account's Billing area. From here, you can add your credit card information via a secure connection.

📖 This guide explains:

How to access your Billing settings

  1. In your account, click on the Account name in the top, right-hand corner.

  2. From the drop-down menu, select Billing. This will open your Billing settings.

In the Billing settings, you can see an overview of the payment details we hold for your iPaper account, including:

  • your current plan details

  • your billing details, such as the name, address, and Tax ID we have for your company

  • any payment cards you have added

How to manage your payment cards

You can add as many payment cards to your account as you like. In case of multiple payment cards, you can select which of them we should use as your default payment card.

Adding a new card

You can add a new payment card by clicking the Add card button. This will open a new pop-up where you can add your new payment card details:

Once you've entered your payment card details, save them by clicking Add card.

Editing an existing card's details

  1. To edit an existing payment card's details, click on the '' icon to the right of the card you wish to edit.

  2. From the drop-down menu, select Edit. This will open a new pop-up where you can edit the details of the selected payment card.

Once you're happy with your updated payment card details, click Update card to save your changes.

How to switch payment method

You can pay for your iPaper subscription via either automatic credit card payment, or invoice.

If you'd like to switch to a different payment method, reach out to our Support team using the chat function in the corner, or email us at, and we'll be happy to help!

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