We pay $0/user per month, with 2 seats on the free plan
Free, currently have about 7 users under one org account. Tried out the PRO version, didn't seem useful.
We’re using Trello’s free plan—it’s plenty to manage our team’s editorial workflows with Zapier for any extra features or automations we may need.
We pay $8.34 per user per month, 450 Users, 1yr term, no negotiation. Atlasssian, their parent company, has a no negotiation policy, as per the salesperson we dealt with.
We are just using this off and on for the free plan, and we don't pay anything for it.
We pay $115 per user per year. Currently have 9 active multi-channel guests and members.
One user paying $10 per month.
Our company pays $5.00 per member for 75 Team Members
Just using standard Business Class at $9.99/month billed annually
I got Trello gold for $3.75/month if billed annually
Trello was quoted at above $11aud/u for Business Class. Now the pricing is more difficult that it's been looped into Atlassian Access, and it was creeping up with each new add.
Our team of 18 pays $180/mo on the business class annual plan. We asked for a discount but didn't get one.
Free. No charge for a low number of users. This was not a team version.
My team (~20 users) sticks with the free version with the Calendar as our free power up. After over a year of usage, we do not run into any roadblocks when it comes to viewing or editing one another's boards.
For our usage as creative and marketing teams, we do not see the need to purchase additional power ups for integrations or features. Although, Trello is sneaky with making the 'Delete card' function additional.
Up until I was laid off, we were starting to add users to the free plan and looking into an enterprise license.
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