Google meet set to limit the time on free meetings to 60 minutes from next month

Due to the pandemic, tech giant Google accessing the need of video conferencing apps, temporarily gave all users free meetings with no time limit earlier this year. 

In the month of April, Google announced these unlimited-length meetings and said that this feature would be continued until the 30th of September. Since Google has not given any recent announcements regarding the issue, we can assume that they are sticking to their decision.

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That means that from the 30th of this month, the time limit for the free users is going to be 60 minutes.

Along with this all these access to advanced features for G Suite and G Suite for Education customers, including allowing meetings of up to 250 participants, live-streams of up to 100,000 people within a single domain, and the ability to save meeting recordings to Google Drive are also not going to be free any more. Those features usually are only available to customers on the “enterprise” tier of G Suite, which costs $25 per user per month.

Any way most users would not mind this too much as free plans on other video conferencing services provide almost the same services or even lesser.

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