On the billing page, we give you access to your plan details, settings and previous invoices, a history of the major transactions including credits you purchased and used for your phone number(s).


Using V2?

The Billing page will open up.

If you cannot see this option, that means you do not have access. You will need to be in touch with the owner/admin of your PastorsLine account.

Now click here for the remainder of the process.

Using V3?

Click on your thumbnail picture or initials (gold box in image to the left).

Then, clock on Admin Settings (turquoise box in image to the left).

Click on Billing (see image to the left).

Continue as below.


You will see details such as:

The name of the plan you are on (yellow box above). In this case, the name is Velocity.

The number of credits included per month or year---depending on whether you are on a monthly or annual plan (blue box above). In this case, this plan includes 5000 credits each month.

The total number of credits you have available for use at that moment (brown oval above). In this case, 873 credits are still available for use.

You can also edit the card on file, edit the treasurer's email address (the email that needs to receive invoices / receipts), view receipts, and upgrade or downgrade your plan (blue box above).

Need more credits this month only? Click on Buy More Credits (blue oval above) to buy a one-time, bucket of credits which is purchased as needed.

You can also edit your rollover vs incoming messages option (more info on these options HERE):

Click the drop down arrow to see and select your options:

Under "transaction details", you will find a history of all major credits you purchased and used for your phone number(s). You will see the plan purchased, the price of the plan, how many credits either added or used, invoice numbers and the date of the transaction. You will also see subtotals before each new billing cycle. More information about how the plans and credits for numbers work HERE.

At the moment, we do not break down the used credits by user or groups, but you can calculate your credit usage HERE.

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