How to Add a Payment Method in Hostinger

Hey there, fellow website enthusiasts! Welcome back to Ben’s experience. Today, we’re diving into a crucial aspect of managing your Hostinger account: adding a payment method. Whether you’re setting up your first website or managing multiple projects, having a smooth payment process is essential for hassle-free hosting.

So, let’s get right into it.

Step 1: Logging into Your Hostinger Account The first step is pretty straightforward. Simply log into your Hostinger account using your credentials. Once you’re in, you’re ready to move on to the next step.

Step 2: Navigating to the Billing Section Once you’re logged in, navigate to the billing section. This is where you’ll manage all your payment-related settings and information.

Step 3: Adding Your Payment Method Now, the exciting part! Look for the “ADD payment method” button and give it a click. This will prompt you to enter the details of your preferred payment method. For our demonstration, we’ll be adding a PayPal account.

Step 4: Reviewing Your Payment Methods Before you call it a day, it’s crucial to double-check that your payment method is added successfully. Head over to the payment methods section to ensure everything is in order.

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