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Neon plans

Learn about the different plans offered by Neon

Neon offers the following plans: Free Tier, Pro, and Custom. The Pro plan is usage-based, ensuring you never over-provision and only pay for what you use. Custom plans are volume-based, offering potential discounts. The table below provides an overview of plans offered by Neon. For more information about a particular plan, refer to the individual plan pages:

For information about how Neon bills for paid plans, please refer to our Billing metrics page.

Neon plans

Free TierPro (usage-based)Custom - Enterprise or Platform Partnership (volume-based)
Best forPrototyping and personal projectsSmall to medium teams, setups with 1 to 3 active databasesMedium to large teams, Database fleets, Resale
Projects1Unlimited*Unlimited
Branches10UnlimitedUnlimited
DatabasesUnlimitedUnlimitedUnlimited
Active time per month100 hours per month, affecting only non-primary branch computes. Your primary branch compute always remains available.UnlimitedUnlimited
Compute size1 shared vCPU with 1 GB RAMUp to 7 vCPUs, each with 4 GB RAMCustom
Storage3 GB per branchUnlimited*Unlimited
Dedicated resources--
Project sharing-
Auto-suspend compute
Configurable auto-suspend compute-
Autoscaling-
Read replicas-
PaymentFreeCredit Card, Pay As You Go with monthly invoicingPrepaid, Custom Contract, Volume Discounts
SupportCommunity, support ticketsCommunity, support tickets, video chatCommunity, support tickets, video chat, resale customer support

Notes:

  • The Pro plan has default limits of 20 projects, 200 GB of storage, and 20 simultaneously active computes to protect against unintended usage. To increase these limits, reach out to support@neon.tech. The simultaneously active compute limit does not affect the primary branch compute, which always remains available.
  • The Free Tier has an Active time limit of 100 hours per month, but that limit only affects non-primary branch compute usage. Active time on all computes is counted toward the limit, but when the limit is exceeded, only non-primary branch computes are subject to suspension. Your primary branch compute always remains available regardless of the limit, ensuring that access to data on your primary branch is never interrupted. You can monitor Active time on the Usage widget on the Neon Dashboard. The Active time limit resets at the beginning of each month.

Support

Support channels for the Free Tier, Pro, and Custom plans are outlined on our Support page.

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