How much does GitHub cost?
GitHub is free for most individual and public, open-source use. GitHub's free plan includes unlimited public and private repositories with unlimited collaborators, 2,000 actions minutes per month and 500MB packages storage on private repos, with community support.
GitHub's paid plains are aimed at teams with advanced features:
- GitHub Teams ($4/month per user) for required reviews, 3,000 actions minutes per month and 2GB packages storage, and code owners
- GitHub Enterprise ($21/month per user) for SAML signle sign-on, 50,000 actions minutes per month and 50GB packages storage, and advanced auditing
- GitHub One (available only through sales) for actionable metrics, 24/7 support, continuous learning, and community-powered security.
Last updated 07/13/2020
How much are you paying for GitHub?
Signed up for base plan at $25/month for 5 users
Got free private repositories for an OSS project organization
Standard business pricing for 40 users, so about $800/month
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