Need a really cheap CRM

I look at this list and see what I thought were low prices, but I thought "users" were admins. I expect to have thousands of sales people, maybe 10,000 even, paying perhaps a $10/month fee. And most of that fee needs to go to cover my management costs, not the costs of my CRM service.

http://blog.capterra.com/free-and-open-source-crm/

I guess I just don't get the pricing. Are salesmen users? If so, only this one works:

Even Really Simple Systems costs $8 per user.

I seriously think I need that open source option where all I need to do is host it. Sugar, the predecessor to SugarCRM. Please tell me about that one. And is it difficult to support it?

Can any of these help me?

http://www.softwareadvice.com/crm/visit-website/?url=customer-relationship-management-software&target=open%20source%20crm&ad_id=120106281186&matchtype=e&gclid=CJjgg8Xy7M4CFUEmhgodIGIG1Q

Thanks
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Serena HsiMarketing ConsultantCommented:
I use ZohoCRM for my consulting biz. Pricing is decent (free if you have 10 or fewer users), features aren't anything like Salesforce.

You can, however, get a Salesforce Developer account for free. Just sign up for it. Though, I wouldn't use that account for business work.
newbiewebSr. Software EngineerAuthor Commented:
I could never pay an annual subscription. I may have thousands of users (salesmen) and I only want to charge them $10 / month for the service. This is a major money loser unless I can find some open source solution.

SugarCRM has a free version, from what I hear. Know it?
Serena HsiMarketing ConsultantCommented:
You could try sourceforge.net for opensource CRM solutions. I have not used SugarCRM.

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newbiewebSr. Software EngineerAuthor Commented:
So, are these free downloads that are free to use? I am very cost conscious since my sales people can only pay $10/month and I need that revenue steam.
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