We have an app, with pricing plans which depends solely on how many users(which equals how many employees your company has) you have, unlike many other apps, where with bigger plan you get more features, bigger space, whatever, in our app you get all the features, unlimited projects etc.
Now the app is directed for mostly small to medium companies(8-25 employees), but we have a "special" plan for a single user(freelancer), which is basically twice cheaper per user than usual.
Now, I, unlike the rest of my team, think that it's a bad idea to put "Get app name from $9 / month", as the header and the first thing you see on the page. Why? Because unless you are a freelancer, which is not our main target group, it's definitely not gonna cost you $9 / month, but $15 / employee / month!
If I were the user and saw this, and right under it saw a pricing table, which would say something like "up to 15 people / $229" and I did the math, and found out it's actually not $9 I'd be pretty pissed off.
Then again, I have nothing to back this up, what do you think?