Twilio Now Accepts Credit Cards in 21 Countries

Have you wanted to use Twilio, but couldn’t because you don’t have a billing address in the United States or Canada?  Twilio already accepted credit cards in the United States and Canada, but we know you want to build powerful communications solutions all over the world – and we want to be right there with you to help make that happen, which is why we’ve added credit card support for the following countries:

  • United Kingdom
  • Australia
  • Austria
  • Belgium
  • Denmark
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Iceland
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Luxembourg
  • Netherlands
  • New Zealand
  • Norway
  • Portugal
  • Spain
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland

Accepting payments from customers all over the world is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to bringing out products to the global developer community, and we’ll keep you posted on the features and countries you’ve been asking for.  If there are specific features you’d like to see, or a specific country where you need service, please let us know in the comments or drop a note to help@twilio.com

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  • Pawan Kumar

    India is also a huge potential market. Please start Accepting Credit Card in India also.

    Thanks

  • Pawan Kumar

    India is also a huge potential market. Please start Accepting Credit Card in India also.

    Thanks

  • Capt Steven

    Do you accept paypal

  • Capt Steven

    Do you accept paypal

  • Guest

    Singapore ?

  • Guest

    Singapore ?

  • Alex

    Hi, I suggest my country: Argentina.
    Thanks!

  • Alex

    Hi, I suggest my country: Argentina.
    Thanks!

  • Tilewa

    Perhaps you should consider Nigeria also. The increasingly growing developer space here and our adoption of technology is overwhelming and Twilio can surely tap into this revenue.

  • Tilewa

    Perhaps you should consider Nigeria also. The increasingly growing developer space here and our adoption of technology is overwhelming and Twilio can surely tap into this revenue.