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I have created a web application that has two offerings, one is free, the other is paid. The paid version has exactly the same functionality as the free version, it's just that it can be used with more people.

I am struggling with what to call the paid account.

Here are some I have rejected.

  • "pro" or "professional" - Implies that if you use the free version, your not professional.

  • "premium" - Sounds expensive.

  • "gold, silver, bronze" - doesn't really work with two offerings, and implies class.

  • "restricted/full" - Implies less/more functionality.

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closed as not constructive by tchrist, coleopterist, RegDwigнt Sep 8 '12 at 20:39

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How is it exactly the same functionality if it can be used with more people? – coleopterist Sep 8 '12 at 20:07
Any of these work, and is just a matter of taste. There is no correct answer for this question. Common usage is that the literal meanings of these (being only for professionals, or being expensive, etc.) is generally not what they mean. You may be looking for a "personal/site license" distinction. – SevenSidedDie Sep 8 '12 at 20:21

it's just that it can be used with more people

How about Team or a derivative there-of such as TeamFlow or TeamWork

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