How to change or update Xbox Live billing account information
Update your Xbox Live billing information
Sign in to your account to update your billing information.
You can change the name, address, phone number, or email address associated with your Xbox Live billing account.
Online steps: Change your account name, address, phone number, or email address
- Go to the Microsoft account billing page and sign in with your Microsoft account credentials (email address and password).
Note If you’ve forgotten your Microsoft account credentials, go to Find your Microsoft account email address or password.
- Tap or click Payment & billing.
- Tap or click Billing info. Due to the sensitive nature of your billing information, you may be asked to allow us to send you a security code. This is to verify that it’s really you making the change.
- Enter the security code that you received, and then click Next.
- On the “Payment & billing” screen, make the changes that you need to and then tap or click Next.
Your billing information is now up to date.
Xbox 360 console steps: Change your account address, email address, or phone number
- On your console, sign in using your Xbox Live gamertag.
- Go to Settings and then select Account.
- Scroll right to Account Management, and then select Billing Information.
- Enter your Microsoft account password, and then select Sign In.
- Edit your billing account information and then select Done.
Xbox One console steps: Change your account address, email address, or phone number
- On your controller, press the Menu button.
- Select Settings.
- Select Payment & billing.
- Go to Change billing address.
- Edit your billing account information. If you don’t want to change any piece of information, press B on your controller and then select Next.
- Click Save info when you’ve made all the changes you want to make. If you need to change something else, select Make more changes.
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