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The basics for individuals
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$ 0 USD
per month forever

  • Unlimited public/private repositories

    Host open source projects in public GitHub repositories, accessible via web or command line. Public repositories are accessible to anyone at GitHub.com.

  • Automatic security and version updates

    Keep projects secure by automatically opening pull requests that update vulnerable dependencies to secure versions, and update out-of-date dependencies.

  • 2,000 CI/CD minutes/month
    Free for public repositories

    Use execution minutes with GitHub Actions to automate your software development workflows. Write tasks and combine them to build, test, and deploy any code project on GitHub.

  • 500MB of Packages storage
    Free for public repositories

    Host your own software packages or use them as dependencies in other projects. Both private and public hosting available.

  • Issues & Projects

    Give your developers flexible features for project management that adapts to any team, project, and workflow — all alongside your code.

  • Community support

    Get help with most of your GitHub questions and issues in our Community Forum.

Featured add-ons

  • GitHub Copilot Access

    With GitHub Copilot, get suggestions for whole lines or entire functions—right inside your editor.

  • GitHub Codespaces Access

    With GitHub Codespaces, get an instant dev environment in the cloud, so you can code anywhere on any device.

Team

Advanced collaboration for
individuals and organizations

$ 4 $ 3.67 USD
per user/month for the first 12 months*

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* Discounted pricing is for new yearly customers paying with credit cards or PayPal. After first year, price is subject to change. GitHub will send you a notification email at least 30 days in advance of any price change.

  • Everything included in Free, plus...
  • Access to GitHub Codespaces

    Blazing fast cloud developer environments with flexible compute and pre-configured containers, developers can code, collaborate, and debug from any browser. Pay only for what you use with compute fees starting at $0.18/hr and storage fees at $0.07/GB per month.

  • Protected branches

    Enforce restrictions on how code branches are merged, including requiring reviews by selected collaborators, or allowing only specific contributors to work on a particular branch.

  • Multiple reviewers in pull requests

    Assign multiple users or a team to review a pull request.

  • Draft pull requests

    Easily discuss and collaborate on pull requests before submitting to formal review.

  • Code owners

    Automatically request reviews—or require approval—by selected contributors when changes are made to sections of code that they own.

  • Required reviewers

    Ensure that pull requests have a specific number of approving reviews before collaborators can make changes to a protected branch.

  • Pages and Wikis

    Host documentation and simple websites for your project in a wiki format that contributors can easily edit either on the web or command line.

  • Environment deployment branches and secrets

    A job cannot access secrets that are defined in an environment unless it is running on the specified branch.

  • 3,000 CI/CD minutes/month
    Free for public repositories

    Use execution minutes with GitHub Actions to automate your software development workflows. Write tasks and combine them to build, test, and deploy any code project on GitHub.

  • 2GB of Packages storage
    Free for public repositories

    Host your own software packages or use them as dependencies in other projects. Both private and public hosting available.

  • Web-based support

    GitHub Support can help you troubleshoot issues you run into while using GitHub.

  • * Discounted pricing is for new yearly customers paying with credit cards or PayPal. After first year, price is subject to change. GitHub will send you a notification email at least 30 days in advance of any price change.
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GitHub is the world’s mono repository, so sharing our open source there is natural.”

— Martin Andersen, VP of Engineering, Trustpilot

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GitHub Advanced Security is there for every pull request and excels compared to other static analysis tools we have used.”

— Dimosthenis Kaponis, CTO, Netdata

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GitHub keeps us up to speed with the industry’s best tools. We want new hires to know GitHub is in our toolchain—it makes them excited to join us.”

— Spencer Kaiser, Principal Architect of Emerging Tech, American Airlines

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This collaborative way of building software is unstoppable. It isn’t going away—and GitHub has its place in that. We can make the whole company rethink how they build software.”

— Ingo Sauerzapf, SAP Cloud Development Tools Manager

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People know what a pull request is because it’s how they contribute to open source projects. We have many developers who are well-versed with GitHub, either for personal development or previous roles. With GitHub Enterprise, no one has to relearn the wheel.”

— Laurent Ploix, Product Manager, Spotify

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I have seen some truly revolutionary actions happen in communities on GitHub. People are collaborating on code but they’re also having foundational conversations on best practices and how software, as a whole, is built. More and more, GitHub is an internet archive. It’s a deeply social and critical piece of our infrastructure.”

— Michael Glukhovsky, Developer, Stripe

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When we started talking about code reuse, we felt like we already had the perfect platform in place: GitHub.”

— Timothy Carmean, Software Processes and Tools Supervisor, Ford

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Using GitHub Enterprise Cloud removes the burden of managing infrastructure, and we don’t need to worry about the availability of our versioning code, source code and versioning tools. It lets us focus on what’s important for our business, and that’s our customers.”

— Victor Gomes, Infosec Tech Manager, Nubank

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Code management

Public repositories
Unlimited
Unlimited
Unlimited

Host open source projects in public GitHub repositories, accessible via web or command line. Public repositories are accessible to anyone at GitHub.com.

Unlimited
Unlimited
Unlimited
Private repositories
Unlimited
Unlimited
Unlimited

Host code in private GitHub repositories, accessible via appliance, web, and command line. Private repositories are only accessible to you and people you share them with.

Unlimited
Unlimited
Unlimited

Code workflow

GitHub Codespaces
$0 spend limit
With policies and controls
Ability to increase spend limit
Ability to increase spend limit

Spin up fully configured dev environments in the cloud with the power of your favorite editor. A "core hour" denotes compute usage. On a 2-core machine, you would get 60 hours free. On a 4-core machine, you would get 30 hours free, etc. Free hours are assigned to personal accounts, rather than free organizations.

$0 spend limit
With policies and controls
Ability to increase spend limit
Ability to increase spend limit
GitHub Actions
2,000 minutes/month

Free for public repositories

3,000 minutes/month

Free for public repositories

50,000 minutes/month

Free for public repositories

Use execution minutes with GitHub Actions to automate your software development workflows. Write tasks and combine them to build, test, and deploy any code project on GitHub. Minutes are free for public repositories.

2,000 minutes/month

Free for public repositories

3,000 minutes/month

Free for public repositories

50,000 minutes/month

Free for public repositories

GitHub Packages
500 MB

Free for public repositories

2GB

Free for public repositories

50GB

Free for public repositories

Host your own software packages or use them as dependencies in other projects. Both private and public hosting available. Packages are free for public repositories.

500 MB

Free for public repositories

2GB

Free for public repositories

50GB

Free for public repositories

Code reviews
Included
Included
Included

Review new code, see visual code changes, and confidently merge code changes with automated status checks.

Included
Included
Included
Pull requests
Included
Included
Included

Allow contributors to easily notify you of changes they've pushed to a repository – with access limited to the contributors you specify. Easily merge changes you accept.

Included
Included
Included
Protected branches
Public repositories
Included
Included

Enforce restrictions on how code branches are merged, including requiring reviews by selected collaborators, or allowing only specific contributors to work on a particular branch.

Public repositories
Included
Included
Code owners
Public repositories
Included
Included

Automatically request reviews – or require approval – by selected contributors when changes are made to sections of code that they own.

Public repositories
Included
Included
Draft pull requests
Public repositories
Included
Included

Easily discuss and collaborate on pull requests before submitting to formal review.

Public repositories
Included
Included
Multiple pull request assignees
Public repositories
Included
Included

Assign more than one person to a pull request.

Public repositories
Included
Included
Repository insights
Public repositories
Included
Included

See data about activity and contributions within your repositories, including trends. You can use this data to improve collaboration and make development faster and more effective.

Public repositories
Included
Included
Scheduled reminders
Public repositories
Included
Included

Send scheduled messages to you or your team listing open pull requests.

Public repositories
Included
Included
Automatic code review assignment
Public repositories
Included
Included

Automatically assign code reviews to members of your team based on one of two algorithms.

Public repositories
Included
Included
Environment protection rules
Public repositories
Public repositories
Included

When a workflow job references an environment, the job won't start until all of the environment's protection rules pass.

Public repositories
Public repositories
Included
Environment deployment branches and secrets
Public repositories
Included
Included

A job cannot access secrets that are defined in an environment unless it is running on the specified branch.

Public repositories
Included
Included

Collaboration

Collaborators for public repositories
Unlimited
Unlimited
Unlimited

Invite any GitHub member, or all GitHub members, to work with you on code in a public repository you control – including making changes and opening issues.

Unlimited
Unlimited
Unlimited
Collaborators for private repositories
Unlimited
$4
per user/month
$21
per user/month

Invite any GitHub member, or all GitHub members, to work with you on code in a private repository you control – including making changes and opening issues.

Unlimited
$4
per user/month
$21
per user/month
Issues
Included
Included
Included

Track bugs, enhancements, and other requests, prioritize work, and communicate with stakeholders as changes are proposed and merged.

Included
Included
Included
Projects
Included
Included
Included

Visualize and manage issues and pull requests across tables, boards, and roadmaps with custom fields and views that you can arrange to suit your workflow.

Included
Included
Included
Milestones
Included
Included
Included

Track progress on groups of issues or pull requests in a repository, and map groups to overall project goals.

Included
Included
Included
Team discussions
Included
Included
Included

Discuss any topic, unattached to a specific project or issue. Control who has access, notify discussion participants with updates, and link from anywhere.

Included
Included
Included
Organization and team management
Included
Included
Included

Manage access to projects on a team-by-team, or individual user, basis.

Included
Included
Included
Pages and wikis
Public repositories
Included
Included

Host documentation and simple websites for your project in a wiki format that contributors can easily edit either on the web or command line.

Public repositories
Included
Included
Multiple issue assignees
Public repositories
Included
Included

Assign more than one person to an issue.

Public repositories
Included
Included

Security and compliance

Code scanning
Public repositories
Public repositories
Available with Advanced Security

Integrate automated security review into your pull requests with CodeQL. Find, prioritize, and fix vulnerabilities in your repositories without disrupting your workflow.

Public repositories
Public repositories
Available with Advanced Security
Secret scanning
Public repositories
Public repositories
Available with Advanced Security

Detect credentials exposed in your git history, comments, or discussions. Prevent further exposures with push protection, which proactively blocks secrets from being pushed into your code.

Public repositories
Public repositories
Available with Advanced Security
Dependency review
Public repositories
Public repositories
Available with Advanced Security

Understand the security impact of newly introduced dependencies during pull requests, before they get merged.

Public repositories
Public repositories
Available with Advanced Security
Security overview
Not included
Not included
Included

Get a centralized view of your organization's security risks. Know where security features have and haven’t yet been configured.

Not included
Not included
Included
Dependabot alerts
Included
Included
Included

Get notified when there are new vulnerabilities affecting dependencies in your repositories.

Included
Included
Included
Dependabot security updates
Included
Included
Included

Keep projects secure by automatically opening pull requests that update vulnerable dependencies to secure versions.

Included
Included
Included
Dependabot version updates
Included
Included
Included

Keep projects up-to-date by automatically opening pull requests that update out-of-date dependencies.

Included
Included
Included
Repository rules
Not included
Not included
Included

Enforce branch and tag protections across repositories. Rule insights allow you to review rule enforcement and understand its impact.

Not included
Not included
Included
Required reviews
Public repositories
Included
Included

Ensure that pull requests have a specific number of approving reviews before collaborators can make changes to a protected branch.

Public repositories
Included
Included
Required status checks
Public repositories
Included
Included

Ensure that all required CI tests are passing before collaborators can make changes to a protected branch.

Public repositories
Included
Included
GitHub Security Advisories
Public repositories
Public repositories
Enterprise Cloud

Privately discuss, fix, and publish information about security vulnerabilities found in your repository.

Public repositories
Public repositories
Enterprise Cloud
Role-based access control
Included
Included
Included

Define users' level of access to your code, data and settings.

Included
Included
Included
Required 2FA
Included
Included
Included

Use an extra layer of security with two factor authentication (2FA) when logging into GitHub.

Included
Included
Included
Audit log
Included
Included
Included

Quickly review the actions performed by members of your organization.

Included
Included
Included
Audit log API
Not included
Not included
Included

Keep copies of audit log data to ensure secure IP and maintain compliance for your organization.

Not included
Not included
Included
GitHub Connect
Not included
Not included
Included

Share features and workflows between your GitHub Enterprise Server instance and GitHub Enterprise Cloud.

Not included
Not included
Included
SAML single sign-on (SSO)
Not included
Not included
Included

Use an identity provider to manage the identities of GitHub users and applications.

Not included
Not included
Included
LDAP
Not included
Not included
Included

Access GitHub Enterprise Server using your existing accounts and centrally manage repository access.

Not included
Not included
Included
IP allow list
Not included
Not included
Enterprise Cloud

Limit access to known allowed IP addresses.

Not included
Not included
Enterprise Cloud

Marketplace and integrations

GitHub Apps
Unlimited
Unlimited
Unlimited

Install apps that integrate directly with GitHub's API to improve development workflows – or build your own for private use or publication in the GitHub Marketplace.

Unlimited
Unlimited
Unlimited
Status checks
Included
Included
Included

Define tests that GitHub automatically runs against code being committed to your repository, and get details about failures and what is causing them.

Included
Included
Included
Pre-receive hooks
Not included
Not included
Enterprise Server

Create requirements for automatically accepting or rejecting a push based on the contents of the push.

Not included
Not included
Enterprise Server

Support and deployment

Community Support
Included
Included
Included

Get help with most of your GitHub questions and issues in our Community Forum.

Included
Included
Included
Standard Support
Not included
Included
Included

GitHub Support can help you troubleshoot issues you run into while using GitHub. Get support via the web.

Not included
Included
Included
Premium and Premium Plus Support
Not included
Not included
Available

With Premium, get a 30-minute SLA on Urgent tickets and 24/7 web and phone support via callback request. With Premium Plus, get everything in Premium, assigned Customer Reliability Engineer and more.

Learn more about Premium Support

Not included
Not included
Available
Invoice billing
Not included
Not included
Included

Pay bills via invoice, rather than using your credit card.

Not included
Not included
Included
Self-hosted deployment
Not included
Not included
Enterprise Server

Self-hosted GitHub for on-prem appliances or self-managed cloud tenants.

Not included
Not included
Enterprise Server
* Discounted pricing is for new yearly customers paying with credit cards or PayPal. After first year, price is subject to change. GitHub will send you a notification email at least 30 days in advance of any price change.
* Discounted pricing is for new yearly customers paying with credit cards or PayPal. After first year, price is subject to change. GitHub will send you a notification email at least 30 days in advance of any price change.

Frequently asked questions

Subscriptions & Payments

What are the differences between GitHub Free, GitHub Pro, GitHub Team, and GitHub Enterprise plans?

GitHub Free is our basic plan created for individuals and small teams to collaborate on private and public repositories.
GitHub Pro offers additional usage limits and functionality for advanced collaboration in individual user accounts.
GitHub Team offers additional functionality for advanced collaboration across repositories for growing teams.
GitHub Enterprise adds additional security for accessing your organization and the option to purchase GitHub Advanced Security. To learn more about types of GitHub accounts, please click here.

How do I view and manage my subscription?

You can view your account's subscription, your other paid features and products, and your next billing date in your account's billing settings. Click here to learn more.

How can I change my GitHub subscription?

You can upgrade or downgrade your subscription, add and remove seats, or change the billing cadence on https://github.com/settings/billing.

What payment methods are accepted?

You can pay for GitHub Pro, Team, and Enterprise with a credit card, debit card, or with a PayPal account. We also support invoice payments for the Enterprise plan.

What happens if payment fails?

After an initial failed payment, we apply a 14 day grace period on your account and attempt to process a payment each week. After three failed payments, paid features are locked.

How can I unlock my account after several failed transactions?

You can unlock the paid features on your account and trigger a new payment attempt by updating the payment method on your account. To learn more about how to manage your payments go here.

How can I get subscription payment receipts?

You can access your payment history in the billing settings. Click here to learn more.

How do I add extra information to my payment receipts like business name, address and/or VAT ID?

If your company, country, or accountant requires your receipts to provide more detail, you can add extra information by following these steps.

Actions & Packages

Which plans include access to GitHub Actions and Packages?

GitHub Actions and Packages are free for public repositories and packages on all our current per-user plans, while private repositories and packages receive a set amount of free minutes, storage, and data transfer depending on the per-user plan. Legacy per-repository plans (Bronze, Silver, Gold etc) do not come with access to GitHub Actions and Packages but they can be upgraded to a current per-user plan.
Learn more about billing for Actions here. Learn more about billing for Packages here.

How do I manage my spending for Actions and Packages?

You can manage your spending for Actions and Packages in your billing settings page under the payment information tab. To learn more, click here.

How do I estimate my spending limits?

To make estimations for your project, please visit our pricing calculator page.

How do I view how much GitHub Actions & Packages I’ve used?

You can download a usage report by following this guide.

How do I clear GitHub Actions & Packages shared storage?

You can use this API to list the artifacts in the repository. You can then simply delete artifacts by referencing this guide. You can also set a custom retention period to something other than the default 90 days, by referencing this guide.

How long do I have to wait for changes to my shared storage to be reflected?

Storage usage data synchronizes every hour. To learn more go here.

How do I add Git LFS data packs?

To add Git Large File Storage data packs please follow this guide.

Is the Packages Storage amount how much usage I have for repository storage?

The Packages Storage amount indicated on each plan is specifically for GitHub Packages usage. As for regular repository storage, we recommend repositories be kept under 1GB each. Although repositories have a hard size limit of 100GB. See this article to learn more.
Repository storage limit is the same regardless of which GitHub plan you choose. However, using Git LFS, the maximum file size you can store varies depending on the plan you choose. To learn more go here

Codespaces

How do I enable Codespaces on my account?

Codespaces can only be enabled for organizations using GitHub Team or GitHub Enterprise Cloud. To learn more please go here.

How do I view how much GitHub Codespaces I have used?

You can view your Codespaces usage in the billing settings. Click here to learn more.

How do I manage my spending for Codespaces?

Organization owners and billing managers can manage the spending limit for Codespaces in the billing settings. You can learn more about managing the spending limit here.

How do I estimate the cost for the project?

To make estimations for your project please visit the pricing calculator page.

Copilot

What is the pricing for GitHub Copilot?

GitHub Copilot for Individuals cost $10 USD/month or $100 USD/year per seat. GitHub Copilot Business cost $19 per seat, per month. See pricing details

I work on open source projects, can I get access to GitHub Copilot for free?

People who maintain popular open source projects receive a credit to have 12 months of GitHub Copilot access for free. A maintainer of a popular open source project is defined as someone who has write or admin access to one or more of the most popular open source projects on GitHub. Simply visit the GitHub Copilot subscription page to see if you are one of the open source maintainers that meet our criteria for a complimentary subscription. If you do, you should see that you can add GitHub Copilot for no charge. If you see a charge on the purchase page then this means that you do not qualify at this time. Once awarded, if you are still a maintainer of a popular open source project when your initial 12 months subscription expires then you will be able to renew your subscription for free.

I am a student, can I get access to GitHub Copilot for free?

Yes, if you are a student within our GitHub Global Campus Program, you get access to GitHub Copilot for free through the Student Developer Pack. If you are a GitHub Global Campus Student then you will see that GitHub Copilot is offered to you for no charge when you visit the GitHub Copilot subscription page. If you see a charge then you do not meet the criteria as a verified student at this time. Learn more about how to apply for the GitHub Student Developer Pack

I am a teacher, can I get access to GitHub Copilot for free?

Yes, if you are a teacher within our GitHub Global Campus Program, you get access to GitHub Copilot. It is offered to you for no charge when you visit the GitHub Copilot subscription page. If you see a charge then you do not meet the criteria as a verified teacher at this time. Learn more about how to apply for GitHub Global Campus teacher benefits

I am a verified student or teacher, what happens if I already subscribed to Copilot?

If you already subscribed to Copilot or signed up for the free trial, but you are interested in accessing your free Teacher subscription and you have already been verified within our GitHub Global Campus Program, you will need to cancel that subscription/trial before you can subscribe to Copilot for free. Click through for instructions on how you can cancel your current Copilot subscription. Once you have successfully cancelled your current subscription you can contact Support to request further instructions.

What GitHub account types does GitHub Copilot work with?

GitHub Copilot for Individuals is available for individual user accounts. GitHub Copilot Business is also available for Free, Team, and Enterprise Cloud accounts.

What IDEs and editors does GitHub Copilot currently support?

GitHub Copilot is currently available as an extension for Neovim, JetBrains IDEs, Visual Studio, and Visual Studio Code. You can use the GitHub Copilot extension on your desktop or in the cloud on GitHub Codespaces. GitHub Copilot is licensed to individual users. Your employer or organizations you work with may have policies regarding your use of GitHub Copilot.

How do I buy Copilot Business?

New and existing GitHub customers can purchase Copilot Business directly with a credit card. If you would like to inquire about invoicing, you can contact sales here.

What happens if I have an individual subscription for GitHub Copilot and my company assigns me Copilot Business?

Your individual license will be migrated to Copilot Business. You will be refunded the unused portion of your individual subscription.

GitHub Advanced Security

How can I learn more about GitHub Advanced Security?

GitHub Advanced Security is only available on the GitHub Enterprise plan (Cloud and Server) as a separately paid add-on. You can learn more about GitHub Advanced Security on our web page. To request a product demo please submit this form.

How long is the trial period?

GitHub Advanced Security trial is 30-days. During the trial duration you can use all GitHub Advanced Security features across all organizations attached to your Enterprise Account.

How much does GitHub Advanced Security cost?

GitHub Advanced Security is $49 per committer per month, to learn more visit the GitHub Pricing Page. If you have technical or support related questions regarding GitHub Advanced Security, please visit our community discussion page. For questions related to contracts, please contact GitHub sales team.

Which subscription plans are eligible for a GitHub Advanced Security trial?

The GitHub Advanced Security trial is only available for GitHub Enterprise Cloud customers with an Enterprise Account. If you are on GitHub Enterprise Account you can activate the trial under the license tab in your Enterprise Settings.
If you don’t have an Enterprise Account please following these steps:

  • Navigate to Pricing Page and/or direct to trial sign-up.
  • Complete the trial sign-up page.
  • Immediately convert the trial with necessary seats required to support the organization.
  • Invite the organization into the enterprise account.
    To learn more about how to create GitHub Enterprise Cloud Enterprise Account go here.

What’s included in the GitHub Advanced Security trial?

A GitHub Advanced Security trial provides the following features:

  • Code scanning to help find and remediate security issues in your code.
  • Secret scanning to prevent and detect secret exposures across your organization.
  • Dependency review to catch vulnerable dependencies before you introduce them to your environment.
    Explore our documentation to learn more about GitHub Advanced Security features and how to deploy them in your organization.

Which programming languages are supported?

Learn more about GitHub code scanning supported languages here.

What is a GitHub Advanced Security active committer?

Active committers is the number of committers who contributed to at least one private repository in an organization and who use a license in your enterprise. Learn more about GitHub Advanced Security active committers here

GitHub Enterprise Cloud Trial

What's included in the trial?

You can try GitHub Enterprise for free for 30 days. If you are a new GitHub customer, your trial includes 50 seats. If you need more seats to evaluate GitHub Enterprise Cloud, contact GitHub's Sales team. Learn more and set up your trial experience.

Can I skip the trial and start with the paid version of GitHub Enterprise?

Yes, you can sign up directly for a paid GitHub Enterprise plan by going to the billing settings in your account. Read more about how we bill for enterprise.

How do I add members to the trial organization?

If you are a new GitHub customer, your trial includes 50 seats. If you are an existing GitHub Team customer, your trial is valid for your existing number of seats. If you need more seats to evaluate GitHub Enterprise Cloud, contact Sales.

How do I add collaborators to the repositories in the organization with the trial?

Anyone with admin access can add outside collaborators to the repository via settings. Step-by-step instructions on adding collaborators to repositories can be found here.

What happens when the trial ends?

If you are a new user your account will be downgraded to a free plan. If you use an existing organization, your plan will be downgraded to the plan you were using before the trial. To purchase GitHub Enterprise or downgrade from within your account, follow along here.

How do I pay for GitHub Enterprise?

You can pay for GitHub Enterprise with a credit card, PayPal, or request an invoice through the GitHub Sales team. Learn more about enterprise billing.

General

How does GitHub compare to its main competitors?

There are dozens of alternative DevOps tools from best-in-breed point solutions to full platforms. So how does GitHub compare? There are plenty of analyst reports that answer that question—but here's an overview to help you get started. Learn more about how GitHub compares.