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Unable to push the code to BitBucket repository

Hi Team,

We have a new workspace named Finvi_CoreLAKE and created repositories under the new workspace. We have upgrade the BitBucket plan to Standard as multiple developers and other team needed access to this workspace. But when we are trying to provide repository access to developers, Developers are facing the below issue while pushing the code.  Kindly check this issue and do the needful.


remote: [ALERT] Your push failed because the account 'finvi-corelake' has exceeded its
remote: [ALERT] user limit and this repository is restricted to read-only access.
remote: [ALERT] To restore write access, ask an account administrator to upgrade their plan.
remote: [ALERT] For more info:
remote: [ALERT]
remote: ********************************************************************************
fatal: unable to access '': The requested URL returned error: 402

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Nov 05, 2023

G'day @Shaik Mahammadismail 

As announced in our Blog post , Bitbucket cloud has changed our billing model. In this new model, any user that is a member of a workspace, regardless of their content access , is counted towards the billable users.

If you need to reduce the number of users within your workspace, please go to :

Workspace Settings > User Directory > use action under Activity row to remove any users that no longer need to be part of a workspace.

For workspaces on Free plan, your number of workspace members should not exceed 5.

Alternatively, you may upgrade your plan to a paid plan to be able to collaborate with a larger number of teammates. For more information please refer to


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