Google is now shutting down the free version of Google Meet
Google had said that it can be used only till 30 September, but now Google has extended it till March 2021 next year.
- Last Updated:September 30, 2020, 11:31 AM IST
Looking at the work from home, Google announced to make Google Meat free for everyone in April this year. After this, the company said that it can be used only till September 30, and after that customers will get only 60 minutes of free calling. But now Google has pushed it forward, and customers can do video calling on it 24 hours.
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Google said in its blog post, ‘As we are able to see that this time the family get together with the holiday is happening on video, marriage is also happening on video calling, we help such people Want who will depend on Meet in the coming time. As promised, we are extending the free version (up to 24 hours) of our unlimited meat calls to Gmail account by March 31, 2021 ‘. For work from home and meetings due to the Kovid-19 epidemic, students will be able to use We were using Google Meat, and keeping this in mind, the company had made video calling on the Meat app free by September 30, which has now been extended.
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Under GSoot, 250 people can do video conferencing simultaneously, while one lakh people can watch live. Apart from this, the meeting can also be recorded and saved in Google Drive.