We're on a Monthly Team plan, with 28 users. We pay $232.00/month.
£20/month for a small team. That's what software costs should look like!
We have 180 users billed out at $33,750 per year and was $36,061.88 with tax. This was with a three year contract. Works out to ~$16 per user per month.
Our team of 13 people are paying $124/month for 16 seats. We have not removed seats because we typically have a few developers coming on every other month.
$25/mo for our team of 4 engineers. You have to be careful that other team members are not added to individual repos, which they count against your team size. We had one contractor who we forgot to remove from one of our ~25 repos, and as a result, were being charged more / unable to add new team members without paying more.
We're on a grandfathered plan called Github Gold, and we pay $105 (USD) per month. This gives us 50 private repositories and one Git LFS data pack. As far as I can tell, it's for unlimited users (although we have 33 users).
Zero funding. Got 1 year license free. Pricing was coming to around $200 a month
We pay their standard list price:
$228.00 / month for 27 seats + LFS
Simple company plan at $25/month for 5 devs. We have been happy so far with the software.
GitHub costs us around $550, using published hosted "enterprise" pricing.
We have GitHub Enterprise, which I wasn't involved in the purchase. I think it's around $21 per user per month.
$600/year, on GitHub Silver (20 private repo limited, grandfathered legacy plan)
$25.00/month for team plan of 5 seats. Also the next jump up is the enterprise plan which seems a little pricey!
Using Team subscription, at normal rate of $25/month for a team of 5
I was on the free plan but then later to decide to upgrade to Pro because Github is an amazing product. I pay personally for Pro package at $7 per month.
We were paying $79/mo. for GitHub. We were on the team plan - $25 for the first 5 seats, and $9 / month for each additional seat. After reviewing team, we saw we had only a need for 6 seats, and adjusted the seats down from 11 to 6 for a price of $34/mo. We were paying for too many seats all these months.
We're on the nonprofit free plan with unlimited seats. You have to apply at https://github.com/nonprofit to get this.
$70/mo for 10 users on the Team plan. We don't have many users so we didn't try to negotiate.
We pay full price as we aren't high enough volume to negotiate a discount. We pay $70.00 month for 7 users
We use to be grandfathered in but now we pay for 40 seats at $9 seat/month :(
We've got it for free for their enterprise plan with upto 40 seats via Microsoft for Startups, for the next 2 years.
I believe we're on legacy pricing. $25/mo for 10 private repos and unlimited users. Not planning on switching to the new pricing anytime soon.
Small startup, we pay $25/month for the team to work on internal stuff, and an extra $7 / month for our one developer who does client integrations and needs to work on shared repos we don't own.
$32 / month = $384 / year total
We are on the team plan 4 USD per month per user. We did not negotiate anything since we are small.
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