Today we are announcing two changes to GitLab Enterprise Edition subscription pricing. The changes are intended to better reflect the value of each offering and ensure our subscription options cater to the needs of different organizations.
In short, our basic subscription is now $19,10 more expensive, but in 10-user packs. Our Plus subscription is now $100 more affordable. Standard and terms remain unchanged.
As of today (June 12, 2015) the following will take affect:
Basic Subscriptions will cost $390 per year for a 10-user pack ($39 per user / per year). Current Basic Subscribers will be offered a 25% discount on this new pricing at their next renewal. However, new pricing will apply to subsequent renewals and any additional user packs. Basic subscriptions are now available in 10-user packs, making it slightly more affordable for small teams.
Plus Subscriptions will cost $14,900 for a 100-user pack ($149 per user / per year). Current Plus subscribers will receive a prorated refund on the price differece.
There are no changes in the software features or service level of Basic or Plus subscriptions, which you can view on our website here. Standard Subscription pricing will also remain unchanged at $4,900 per year for each 100-user pack ($49 per user / per year).
All current quotes will be honored until their expiration (60 days from issue date) but the new pricing will apply to any subsequent orders, including renewals.
Our goal is to keep GitLab the most affordable enterprise grade development platform available. These changes should not have any significant effect on our ability to achieve that. We felt our Basic plan was underpriced and Plus plan was overpriced. These changes reduce the price difference between them.
If you have questions about the changes or about pricing in general, please contact our sales team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Originally we had planned to extend a 25% discount off the new pricing toward existing Basic Subscibers next renewal. However, after careful consideration we decided to keep the old prcing ($398 for a pack of 20 users) in effect for existing Basic Subscribers through June 12, 2016. This also includes any additional subscription packs ordered between now and June 12, 2016.
The price of the Basic GitLab subscription for our existing customers is therefore still at $19.90 per user, cheaper than the $29.25 per user that we originally proposed above.
As of June 12, 2016 the new pricing of a Basic Subscription ($390 for a pack of 10 users) will apply to both new and existing subscribers.
If you have questions about pricing, please contact our sales team at email@example.com.