Pricing

From security-audited enterprises to home server hobbyists, Tailscale makes networking easy for everyone.

Solo

Connect your personal devices


Free


  • Up to 100 devices
  • Log in with your Gmail account
  • No need to open firewall ports
  • Secured with WireGuard®
  • Connect to AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud instances
  • Available for iOS, macOS, Linux, Windows
  • Community support

Connectivity

Connect your whole team


$10

per user

per month


  • Up to 100 devices shared across your team
  • Log in with GSuite, Office365, or Active Directory using your company domain
  • Automatic key rotation
  • Replace your corporate VPN
  • Email support

Security

Manage your teams and networks


$20

per user

per month


  • Identity-based Access Control Lists (ACLs)
  • Multiple administrators
  • Email support

Enterprise

Enforce access policies


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  • Role-Based Access Controls (RBAC) and ACL Groups
  • Customizable key rotation policies
  • SAML and SSO
  • On-premise options available
  • Endpoint and connection monitoring for compliance and auditing
  • Custom support

Questions & Answers

What's included in the Solo plan?

Everything needed to connect your personal devices: one Gmail login, a basic admin console, and up to 100 devices. If you’re working with others, we recommend our paid plans that offer access controls, per-user identification, and dedicated support.

Can I use the Solo plan with my family?

Sure! We recommend creating a new Gmail account and sharing it with your family for this purpose.

What is an admin account?

Admin users have access to our administration console, letting them view all devices on their respective network. From here they can manually authorize or deauthorize devices, and more.

Who can inspect my traffic?

Only you. Tailscale devices connect directly with each other over encrypted WireGuard connections. Your devices’ private keys are never shared, meaning your traffic can only be decrypted at its intended destination.

In rare cases—when devices can’t directly connect to each other due to difficult networks—we route encrypted packets through one of our secure relay servers, which never see any decryption keys.

Why can I log in with my company domain while I’m on the Solo plan?

We’re currently not enforcing the plan limits, but will be in the near future. You will receive plenty of notice before we begin enforcing plan limits.

Have more questions? We’re here to help. Contact our team.