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Account Plans on Vercel

Learn about the different plans available on Vercel.
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Vercel offers three account plans: Hobby, Pro, and Enterprise. Each plan is designed to meet the needs of different types of users, from personal projects to large enterprises. The Hobby plan is free and includes base features, while the Pro and Enterprise plans offer enhanced features and resources.

The Hobby plan is designed for personal projects and developers. It includes CLI or personal Git integrations, built-in CI/CD, automatic HTTPS/SSL, and previews deployments for every git push.

Additionally, it provides base resources for Vercel Functions and Edge Middleware, Execution, Build Execution, and Image Optimization, along with 100 GB of bandwidth and 1 hour of runtime logs.

See the Hobby plan page for more details.

The Pro plan caters to professional developers, freelancers, and small businesses, offering enhanced features and resources. It encompasses all features of the Hobby plan, while expanding bandwidth, Functions execution units and maximum duration, Build Execution minutes, and Image Optimization source images.

It also introduces team collaboration features, email support, and increased limits for domains per project and deployments per day.

See the Pro plan page for more details.

The Enterprise plan is tailored for large organizations and enterprises requiring custom options, advanced security, and dedicated support. It includes all features of the Pro plan, with custom limits for Vercel Functions and Edge Middleware, Execution, Build Execution, and Image Optimization.

Enterprise customers benefit from Single Sign-On (SSO), enhanced observability and logging, isolated build infrastructure, dedicated customer success managers, and SLAs.

See the Enterprise plan page for more details.

The following table is a high level comparison of the plans available on Vercel. For more details, see each plans individual page.

FeatureHobbyProEnterprise
Bandwidth100 GB1 TBCustom
Edge Functions execution units500,0001 millionCustom
Edge Middleware invocations1 million2 millionCustom
Serverless Function maximum duration10 seconds60s (default) - configurable up to 300s900 seconds
Serverless Function execution100 GB-hours1,000 GB-hoursCustom
Build execution minutes6,00024,000Custom
Concurrent builds11Custom
Image Optimization source images1,0005,000Custom
Team collaboration features-YesYes
Team member pricing-$20/moCustom
Remote Cache artifact downloads10 GB20 GBCustom
Domains per project50UnlimitedUnlimited
Deployments per day1006,000Custom
Web Analytics events2,50025,000Custom
Speed Insights data points10,000UnlimitedCustom
Email support-YesCustom
Single Sign-On (SSO) / SAML Login--Yes
Enhanced observability & logging--Yes
Isolated build infrastructure--Yes
Custom security features--Yes
Dedicated success manager & SLAs--Yes
Onboarding & advanced support--Yes
Code audits & professional services--Yes

On the usage page of your dashboard. This page provides insights and metrics for:

When you reach 100% usage your deployments are not automatically stopped. Rather, Vercel keeps your deployment running and charges you for the additional usage. This is why it's important to be aware of the usage page of your dashboard to see if you are approaching your limit.

One of the benefits to always being on, is that you don't have to worry about downtime in the event of a huge traffic spike caused by announcements or other events. Keeping your site live during these times can be critical to your business.

For those that are running projects on the Hobby plan, don't foresee spikes in traffic, and are not concerned about downtime, the Lowering resource usage in Vercel Projects article covers tactics to lower your resource usage.

In particular it's important to note how Serverless Function execution effects your resource usage, the How can I reduce my Serverless Function resource usage? article provides a step-by-step guide to lowering your Serverless Function resource usage.

Last updated on February 6, 2023