Evernote Business billing & payment overview

Evernote Business billing & payment overview

Evernote Business billing & payment overview

Evernote Business account admins can choose between three different options for paying for their Evernote Business account:

  • Monthly by credit card
  • Annually by credit card
  • Annually by invoice

Account admins select a payment option when they set up their new account, and can change the payment option by contacting us.

Note: Evernote Business can only be purchased on Evernote.com and is not available through iTunes or Google Play.

Monthly by credit card

Your credit card will be charged for one seat (the account admin) as soon as the company's Evernote Business account is created. Your payment information will be put on file, and your credit card will be automatically charged the full monthly price each time a user joins your account. At the beginning of the next month, your card will be charged one lump sum payment for all users in your account at that time. You can add new seats to your account at any time through the admin console. There is no pro-rating for users who are removed before the end of their monthly subscription.

Annually by credit card

Your credit card will be charged for one seat (the account admin) as soon as the company's Evernote Business account is created. Your payment information will be put on file, and your credit card will be automatically charged the annual pro-rated price each time a user joins your account. One year from the date the Evernote Business account was started, your card will be charged one lump sum payment for all users in your account at that time. You can add new seats to your account at any time through the admin console. There is no pro-rating for users who are removed before the end of their yearly subscription.

Annually by invoice

Only available in some countries for Evernote Business accounts with 5+ seats

When paying by invoice, seats are pre-purchased on a yearly basis. You will be emailed an invoice, which can be paid by check or bank transfer. Your invoice is due upon receipt. Contact us if you have any questions about invoicing, or would like to add more seats to your account. We do not refund any purchased seats that go unused.

Credit card versus invoice payments

  Credit Card Invoice

When will I be charged? How often will I be billed?

You can choose a monthly or yearly billing period. Your card is charged at the beginning of each billing period for the number of users in your Evernote Business account.

You request an invoice for a specific number of seats. Your invoice is due upon receipt and can be paid by check or bank transfer.

To ensure efficient handling of the invoice we will be sending to you, please provide the email address of the individual who handles all account and billing related inquiries at your company.

Are there any restrictions?

No

Your Evernote Business account must have a minimum of 5 seats to be eligible for invoicing.

Invoicing is only available in the following countries: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Hong Kong, Iceland, Ireland, Japan, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, United Kingdom, and United States.

Can I start using my Evernote Business account right away?

As soon as you set up your Evernote Business account, your credit card will be charged for one user (the account admin who set up the account). You can start using Evernote Business right away.

Your invoice request is typically approved within 3 business days. During that time, you will not be able to access any Evernote Business features.

If your invoice request has been pre-approved by a business specialist, your business will be activated immediately. In some situations you may have the option to verify your address using your credit card in order to be activated immediately.

Will I be charged when I add users to my Evernote Business account? What happens if I add a new user in the middle of my billing period?

If you have a monthly billing period, your credit card will be charged the full one-month price on the day the new user joins your Evernote Business account, regardless of where that day falls in the monthly billing cycle.

If you have a yearly billing period, you will be charged a pro-rated amount to the next higher month on the day the new user joins your Evernote Business account. For example, if you add a user with 9 and a half months to go in your billing cycle, the charge will be pro-rated to 10 months.

The charge for each added user co-terminates with the payment due date for your entire Evernote Business account.

You can add users up to your seat limit with no additional charge.

To increase your seat limit, you can submit a request to an Evernote Business Account Executive from the 'Account Summary' page of the admin console. The Account Executive will increase your seat limit and email you an invoice for the extra seats, typically within one business day.

The charge for each added user co-terminates with the payment due date for your entire Evernote Business account. If you increase seats in the middle of the year, you will be billed a pro-rated amount to the next higher month. For example, if you add a user with 9 and a half months to go in your billing cycle, the invoice will be pro-rated to 10 months.

What happens when a user leaves my Evernote Business account?

The next time your subscription renews, you will not be charged for this user.

One seat will become available in your account. You can invite someone else to take that seat in your business account. You will not be refunded for unused seats.

For billing purposes, what counts as a user?

Each individual Evernote account that is joined to your company's business account is considered a user, and will be charged as such.

You are not charged for outstanding invitations that were sent.

Each individual Evernote account that is joined to your company's business account will count against your seat limit.

Outstanding invitations to join your Evernote Business account also count against your seat limit, since each invitation is a reservation for one seat.

When will my subscription renew?

The day that you create your Evernote Business account becomes the first day of the billing period for your business. For example, if you create your Evernote Business account on September 10th and choose to pay monthly via credit card, then your credit card will be charged on the 10th of each subsequent month.

The day that you create your Evernote Business account becomes the first day of the billing period for your business. For example, if you create your Evernote Business account on September 10th and choose yearly invoicing, then your next invoice will be due on September 10th of the next year.

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