With consolidated billing, VMware Cloud services provides one bill a month for all costs incurred by the organization's services. VMware Cloud services supports VMware funds, credit cards, promotional credits, and commit contracts as payment methods.
You select the preferred payment method and enter an address for your organization when you onboard VMware Cloud services as an organization owner setting up a new organization. Your customer profile determines the payment methods available to you. For example, some users can only select a commit contract as their payment method, while others can select VMware funds and credit cards.
The organization address is also the billing address, and it determines the currency used for all service charges, and also the type of taxation. For example, US addresses are charged in US dollars and subject to sales tax, while UK addresses are charged in British pounds, and are subject to VAT. In addition, each organization registered in the European Union has the option of entering a tax ID.
You can change the payment method specified for the organization to another type of payment method as long as the payment method can cover charges in the currency determined by the address. For example, if the address of the organization is in the US, the organization is billed in US dollars and cannot be billed in Euro.
To see more about currency, sales taxes, and tax IDs, see How Is My Payment Currency Determined.
To view your current accrued costs and charges for the past month for all the services in your organization, see Get Billing Information.
To add credit cards, link your VMware funds, select a default payment, and more, see Manage Payment Methods.
To use promotional credits to cover your organization's cost, see Pay with Promotional Credits.
To the organization's invoices and print the last 15 billing statements, see View Invoices and Statements.