Pronounced: LOO-dik, adj
Notes: Not a word I know (or could have deduced)
The word freemium means, as a noun, “a pricing model in which the basic product or service is free, but extra features must be paid for”. As an adjective, it means “relating to such a model”.
A fairly recent word; it came into English in the 1900s
Background / Comments
Our word is a blend of free and premium. Versions of Red Hat Linux are free, but to have support means paying a fee. Presumably, this is a freemium product. I suspect that this is closely related to “crippleware”, in which software is free to download and use, but not all of the features are enabled unless one pays.