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Starting September 30, Google Meet will be limited to 60 minutes for free plan users

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Back in April, Google made the Google Meet video chat platform unlimited service for FREE until September 30, 2020. It appears that the company will be sticking to that timeline.
Starting September 30, Google Meet will be limited to 60 minutes for free plan users
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You may need to limit your Google Meet meetings to under 60 minutes starting September 30

A Google spokesperson told The Verge in an email that "We don't have anything to communicate regarding changes to the promo and advanced features expiring" and the spokesperson added that "If this changes, we'll be sure to let you know."

This means that after September 30, free versions of Google Meet meetings will be limited to no longer than 60 minutes.

The access to advanced features for the G Suite and G Suite for Education customers which allows meetings of up to 250 participants, Livestreams of up to 100,000 people within a single domain, and the save meeting recordings to Google Drive features will be removed after September 30 as well.

Normally, those enterprise-level features cost USD 25 (around PHP 1.2K) per user per month.

The Basic and Business G Suite plans are priced at USD 4.20 (around PHP 200) and USD 9.6 (around PHP 460), respectively.

The promo may end, but we would still like to say thank you to Google for letting millions of users use those advanced features for FREE for about 5 months.

Source: Google, Via: The Verge
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