Dropbox Pricing: Costs and Pricing Models

Disclaimer: We source public information for Dropbox Business’s pricing, including its own site. All pricing information within this resource is accurate at the time of publication.

Dropbox Business is a cloud-based document management system that allows users to store files and share them with others. It offers plans for both individual and business use, as well as a free 30-day trial.

In this post, we’ll discuss pricing for Dropbox Business in more detail.

Does Dropbox Business offer a free plan?

Dropbox Business doesn’t offer a free plan for offices, but an individual user can sign up for a free plan if they don’t need more than 2 GB of storage. There’s also a 30-day free trial of any of the pricing plans mentioned below.

How Much is Dropbox Business?

Dropbox Business offers four pricing plans: Standard, Standard + DocSend, Advanced and Enterprise. Each tier uses the per-user, per-month strategy and includes several features. While Dropbox Business has two plans tailored to individual users (Professional and Professional + eSign), the pricing info reflects plans intended for teams.


The Standard plan costs $15 per user per month if billed annually ($18 if billed monthly) for a minimum of three users. It includes these features:

  • 5 TB storage space
  • Up to 180 days of version history and deletion recovery
  • Up to three signature requests per month
  • Up to 2 GB of file delivery with Dropbox Transfer
  • Admin console and audit log
  • External content controls and reporting
  • Dropbox Backup
  • Dropbox Capture
  • Dropbox Password
  • Dropbox Paper
  • Device approvals
  • Priority email and chat support
  • Phone support during regular business hours

Standard + DocSend

The Standard + DocSend plan includes all of the features of the Standard plan, plus the features of DocSend. It costs $50 per user, per month if billed yearly ($83 per user, per month if billed monthly) and comes with:

  • Real-time document analytics
  • Multiple documents with a single link
  • Passcodes and email verification
  • Approved viewer and domain lists


The Advanced plan costs $24 per user per month if billed annually ($30 if billed monthly) for a minimum of three users. In addition to features under the Standard plan, this plan includes:

  • Unlimited storage space
  • Security monitoring, alerts and notifications
  • Up to 100 GB file delivery with Dropbox Transfer
  • Data classification for sensitive info
  • Ransomware detection and recovery
  • Up to one year version history and deletion recovery
  • Single-sign-on (SSO) capability


The Enterprise plan offers customized features for larger businesses that need to scale out Dropbox Business to their employees. The price is not publicly available, so prospects will need to contact Dropbox’s sales team for a quote. In addition to the features in the other plans, the Enterprise plan includes:

  • Account capture (tracking individual employees that have individual Dropbox accounts using work email addresses and getting them migrated to the company’s Dropbox account)
  • Network control
  • Enterprise mobility management (EMM)
  • Domain Insights (feature that lets companies analyze organic or unauthorized Dropbox usage on a company’s domain)
  • Implementation services, such as a dedicated account success manager, integration and development support, and advanced training for end users and admins

Note that Dropbox Business offers discounts for non-profits and educational institutions.


Dropbox Business offers many features, including an unlimited number of users. Prospects that are looking for unlimited storage can check out the Advanced or Enterprise plans. They can sign up for a free trial, purchase any of the subscription plans or contact Dropbox to learn more.