Google is now shutting down the free version of Google Meet
Google has made an important announcement regarding its video conferencing app Google Meet. According to the information, Google is now going to stop the free version of Google Meet, which is the last date today.
- Last Updated:September 30, 2020, 10:29 AM IST
It is learned that after 30 September 2020, Google Meat can be used for only 60 minutes for free. Customers will have to pay for the service after this. That is, only paid users will be able to have long meetings and the rest will not have the option to have unlimited video meetings as before.
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According to the report, after September 30, the new policy of Google Meet will be applicable to both G Suite and G Suite Education. Earlier this year, Google said that the time limit for video calling on the Meat app would be 60 minutes. But for work from home and meetings due to the Kovid-19 epidemic, students are using Google Meat for their online classes. Were, and keeping this in mind, the company had made video calling free on the Meet app by 30 September.
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Let us know that 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. For information, let us know that on the video conferencing platform Zoom where users get 45 minutes of video call access, Google Meet will still give 60 minutes access to all users.