Dropbase's pricing model is a "usage-based" model, where customers only pay for what they use and not for each new user, who might not end up using the product as much. This pricing model makes Dropbase accessible, yet scalable. Individuals or small teams can get started with Dropbase's basic features. Then, as customers scale to larger teams, organizations, and enterprises, our product and pricing scales alongside with them, while offering advanced enterprise features and discounted volume pricing with high usage volumes.

There are two main components to Dropbase pricing: workspace subscription and metered billing for imports, database compute, and database storage usage.

The table below shows a high level overview of how a Dropbase subscription is structured, using our Standard Workspace Plan. The prices in this table are only accurate as of Dec 8, 2021 and it's used only for illustration purposes. For current pricing, go to our Pricing Page.


Workspace Subscription

To continue using Dropbase after the trial period, you must subscribe to a paid Workspace Subscription. We currently have three Workspace Plans: Standard, Pro, and Enterprise.

A Workspace Subscription comes with one Database instance, access to core Dropbase features, and any number of workspace users.

A Workspace Subscription is a flat fee per Workspace, regardless of how many members it has.

Metered Billing

The second component of Dropbase pricing is its metered billing. Metered billing is variable, and it depends on workspace usage. Workspace usage consists of three types: Imports, Database Compute, and Database Storage.


Imports is the amount of data in megabytes (MB) imported to a Dropbase Workspace. Any time you import a CVS, Excel, or data from other sources, we count these as imports. We measure the total of data imported to a workspace for the billing cycle (usually monthly), and multiply it by the per unit rate for import usage.