Pricing changes noted in this document are in effect as of May 22, 2017 with a 90 day grace period. You will be charged for billable repositories following this pricing model only from August 21, 2017 onwards. Before August 21, 2017, you must establish a billing account to continue to access your existing repositories. Past the grace period, you will not have access to CSR repositories via git protocol or create access to these repositories if you haven't set up a billing account. If you have any questions or concerns, contact Google Cloud Billing Support or your Account Manager.
Cloud Source Repositories is free for up to 5 project-users1 per billing account. The free tier comes with up to 50GB free storage total and 50GB free egress per month. Cloud Source Repositories always comes with unlimited repositories. Please note that while the billing for disk storage is pro-rated, the billing for project-user usage is not.
|Up to 5 Users||$1 per project-user over 5 project-users per month2|
|50 GB Storage||$0.10 per GB storage3 per month|
|50 GB Egress||$0.10 per GB egress per month|
1 A project-user is a unique user for a unique project. This is a user that reads or writes data to the repository; the user counts as a project-user if they actually access the repository. Merely having access is not enough to incur charges. For example, if you were to work on two projects on the same billing account, your number of project-users would be two. If you were to work with a partner on three projects on the same billing account, you would exceed the 5 project-user limit of the free tier.
2 Billing is on a per month basis. Any activity on a billable repository during the month will be charged according to the pricing model. The $1 project-user charge is not pro-rated. The full $1 is assessed when a new unique user reads or modifies a repository, no matter what day of the month the first access from that user occurs on.
3 Disk storage is pro-rated. For example, exceeding the free tier by 1 GiB in the last hour of a 30-day month will cost less than a US penny.