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GitHub offers free and paid products. You can see pricing and a full list of features for each product at https://github.com/pricing.

GitHub Free

With GitHub Free, your personal account gets:

  • Unlimited free public repositories with a full feature set
  • Unlimited free private repositories with a limited feature set
  • Up to three other people as collaborators on each private repository

GitHub Pro

With GitHub Pro, your personal account gets unlimited public and private repositories with unlimited collaborators.

In addition to the features available with GitHub Free, private repositories on GitHub Pro include advanced tools and insights:

  • Unlimited collaborators
  • GitHub Pages
  • Wikis
  • Protected branches
  • Code owners
  • Repository insights graphs: Pulse, Contributors, Traffic, Commits, Code frequency, Network, and Forks

GitHub Team for Open Source

With GitHub Team for Open Source, you can collaborate on unlimited public repositories with a full feature set and unlimited collaborators in a free organization.

GitHub Team

With GitHub Team, organizations include:

  • Unlimited public and private repositories
  • Unlimited collaborators
  • Two-factor authentication enforcement
  • Team discussions
  • Team access controls for managing groups
  • Advanced tools and insights:
    • GitHub Pages
    • Wikis
    • Protected branches
    • Code owners
    • Repository insights graphs: Pulse, Contributors, Traffic, Commits, Code frequency, Network, and Forks

GitHub Enterprise

GitHub Enterprise comes with two deployment options: cloud-hosted and self-hosted.

With GitHub Enterprise, you can use every feature available with GitHub Team, plus:

  • Additional security, compliance, and deployment controls
  • Authentication with SAML single sign-on
  • Access provisioning with SAML or SCIM
  • GitHub Connect

GitHub Enterprise Cloud also includes:

For more information about hosting your own instance of GitHub Enterprise Server, contact GitHub's Sales team.