How do I change my payment method or billing address?

Got a shiny new payment card, or moved home and need to update your billing address? No problem – you can sort that out online in My Account.


Got a new payment card?

Update your card details or billing address in My Account.


Once you've confirmed your new card details, all future payments will be billed to your new card.

Paying for your membership through EE TV?

To update your payment method or billing address, head to your EE TV account.


Subscribing to NOW via Apple, Amazon or TalkTalk?

Do you pay for your NOW Membership via Apple? You can manage your payment methods in your Apple account.

If you're paying through Amazon, head to the Memberships & Subscriptions area of your Amazon account to manage your payments.

If you're with TalkTalk, you can manage your payment method in your TalkTalk account.


For TV membership, you can pay with: 

  • Mastercard
  • Visa
  • American Express (Amex)
  • PayPal

For NOW Broadband Membership, you can only pay with Mastercard or Visa.

Good to knowYou can use different payment methods for your TV membership and NOW Broadband Membership. So you can pay for your TV membership using Amex, and your broadband membership with Mastercard or Visa.

Signed up using Apple Pay?

Apple Pay is currently only available as a trial for some new members.

So if you signed up with Apple Pay and you switch to a different payment method, you won’t be able to switch back to Apple Pay for the time being.

If you’re moving home, it’s easy to take NOW Broadband with you to your new address – check out our Home Move page for everything you need to know.

Noticed that your new card details have been updated automatically in My Account

Don’t worry – this is because NOW receives updates from banks to keep our members' payment cards up to date. This allows us to make sure your NOW Membership isn’t interrupted when your card details change.

If you'd prefer your card details not to be updated automatically, just let your bank know.

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