We're paying $1120/year for 14 active users. It's a lot but we definitely rely on Slack. This is the one SaaS app that I feel like we're getting true value out of.
For the "Standard Plan" - $1,404.80 total annual ($1,280 for 16 users and $124.80 sales tax).
Plan fluctuates monthly when people are added or removed. It does a good job of automatically doing this.
We are a large financial company. Our initial quote was $12/user/month, and we got them to drop it to $6.50/user/month.
Having over 50 people was never enough to get a discount, and their price for a chat is outrageous, so we are forbidding storing important information in slack messages (a good practice wether you pay it or not) and then using the free version.
Our team of 25 people pays $200/month for the standard plan. You can save more if you go with an annual contract however we have stuck to the monthly plan at this time. However, some months we have more active users than other months, causing this price to fluctuate.
We work a lot with freelancers and couldn't justify the price to have them join so we decided to create larger channels with channel guests or multi channel guests.
On Business Plus, $208.70 per user (850 Users One Year). It's an unadvertised tier between business and enterprise that gives some additional features, including the eDiscovery API for compliance.
Enterprise Select level license, $240 per seat, 80 seats. Not a well known or advertised service level, specifically designed for regulated firms without major IT staff.
Our company with a little less than 3000 people were quoted $1 million dollars per year (~$27 per person per month). We used their free plan until they were going IPO, where they needed the sale, then lowered it to $10 per person per month.
Not much since Slack started offering discounts to Indian users. Our per user pricing works out to about $5 per user per month.
$3.20 per user per month, India price
We are paying $0 for 4 users. We are still in the free tier, which is great.
We're a small team and paying $10/mo per user for the first year
$15 a month each for 20 users.
We pay $115 a month for 8 users
220 employees, paying £63 yearly per user.
We initially were paying monthly, but this solution was more efficient
Our team of around 25 pays $8/month per user.
$31,295.64 for a year contract with 390 users with a year contract.
Unable to negotiate a discount, but were able to be "reimbursed" ( = credit) for bot users that used "real" accounts.
We’re on the Complimentary Non-Profit standard plan. We’re a team of about 15.
We get search, unlimited apps, 15 person video call, and single/multi channel guests.
We pay $8 per month per user. Under 25 total users.
$6.67 per user per month. It's Slack, we would be useless without it.
$3 per user for the Plus service, 'friendly' price
We pay $247.73/month for 29 users, totaling about $7k/year.
We use the free tier which is sufficient for us.
I pay $8/month per user for Slack Standard plan, and we have 13 users currently
Our team of ~350 is paying $12.50/user/month on their Plus plan (list price). We've looked into Enterprise but they haven't made it easy or quick to get a quote.
Standard list price for Slack, paid annually it comes out to $80/yr/user.
We paid $200/mo for 8 seats and didn't negotiate. It is a great service.
We pay $135 per month. We feel it's a little bit expensive so we plan to move to another communication tool.
Currently we're using Slack for free.
We have negotiated a deal of 60% off on our total pricing on Slack.
We are paying list price for team of about 200. It's the plus plan which is $12.50 per user per month.
We are a team of 10 engineers. We explained our story of zero profit and no funding. They provided a discount of 30% off pricing.
Currently just one user on the free tier account.
I'm on the free plan right now because that's actually what fits my needs.
We pay for 8 users a total of $693.76 annually. We are on the Standard plan and are billed annually.
$400/yr for 5 active users, didn't negotiate. We get billed immediately when we add new users to the team, paying retail pricing on those.
Our team of 2 uses the free tier ($0) for Slack. We didn't need to use the paid version.
$26k/yr for Slack for ~150 users. Only discount was paying annually in advance, nothing on the basis of volume of seats.
We have 12 employees and we found our selves paying $150 a month for for them due to Slack integrations and plugins.
We are paying $12/user per month for 60 people.
$8.00/month. I've worked with companies with higher headcount, though, that have had different pricing structures.
We pay a base price, they don't want to give us discount for 200 users.
The standard plan is fine.
34 people for 2550€ per year for the standard licence
We have had great success at setting up "SlackOps" with Slack's Standard $6.67 per person, per month plan with our 52 person team.
Team of couple of dozens, we're using it for free.
I am paying $0 for Slack - free tier. 2 users for now.
We are a small company, on the basic plan paying $8 per month per user.
It's not clear, but it looks like we're paying on a base of €7.50/user/month, for 25 users. We're on a monthly contract.
Team of 20 people, paying $300/mo.
Around $2/month per user 300 people, with India team price
$9 per active user per month, currently using three seats
Plus plan - $127.50 per user per year for 1500 users (15% discount)
Discounted because of volume of users.
We have 15 users on Slack.
We pay $1200/year for that.
The nice thing is if someone stops using it (leaves the company) they automatically reduce the licenses needed and credit that amount towards future usage.
We are using the free version of Slack.
We're paying $42.50 for 5 users.
I use the basic free plan.
Only basic package for 27 users @ $8/month. We pay $216 monthly.
We use the standard package, so $6.67 per person, which is identical to official website.
We pay around $10 per seat for Slack for our team.
Slack is an amazing product, especially if you don't ask for history search, it is pretty fine with the free plan. Our team is still on the free plan without bothering.
We have over 10,000 employees working at our company, but 70% of them are single-channel guests on Slack, so we only pay around €30k/mo for Slack Standard plan for around 4,500 users.
Our team is 5 people and we pay $15/person/month for the Plus plan. From my understanding this is the "standard pricing" and was wondering if anyone with a small team size managed to get some sort of deal with Slack.
Free. We only use it for light access to 2 connected apps and 8 team members.
Our team of just under 50 paid $392, $394 and $382 over the past 3 months.
We have the Standard Plan for 100 people - $809 per month
Free. On a shoestring budget overall, cant afford the premium plans.
$60 for 10 users. Small team, so nothing extra there.
Being charged $6.67 USD/month per person billed annually as per Slack quotation
Our team of 9 pays $60/month for Slack.
We are using Slack free. The limit is reached but we don't need to access to old files, because all our team use Dropbox, so Slack is used just for chat.
$7000 per year for a team of 90. This is a basic tier and we haven't negotiated anything.
For < 30 people we pay $80 / year / person. I don't know what happens at scale, but it is a non-cost essentially
Our team of 4 pays $56 a month for Slack premium.
Standard plan for 6 users is $51/mo. Touchless billing with a credit card. Not really a story to tell. :)
Was paying $6.67/month/team member with my last company, team of 10 with a few contractors.
I use Slack for my entire team of 12 but I just went through the pricing page, no discount hacks unfortunately.
Our team of 5 people pays 31$/month for Slack. We didn't negociate anything.
I don't have all the details, but my company of about 3,000 employees pays ~$450,000 annually for Slack.
Standard plan, 6.67 per month per user when paying annually.
$72 USD for 9 users + tax to get access to shared channels - this feature alone is worth it.
We upgraded to Slack's Plus Plan for SSO support.
We pay $12.50 (list) per user per month for 65 users.
It took one invoice before I figured out I was paying for guests as full members. If you can manage with externals just having access to one channel they'll be free. Otherwise, I've been paying $8 monthly per member for Standard Plan.
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