Google Meet to limit meetings to 60 minutes on free plans after September 30

Google. (Source: Twitter)

New Delhi: Google has made a big announcement about its video conferencing app, saying that after 30 September 2020, Google Meet can be used for only 60 minutes for free, after which you have to pay money to use this service. After September 30, the new Google Meet policy will be applicable to both G Suite and G Suite Education.

250 users can join together in video conferencing

Under G Suite, 250 people can do video conferencing simultaneously and one lakh people can watch it live. There is also a facility to record the meeting from Google and save it in Google Drive. You have to pay to use these features. Enterprises customers will have to pay $ 25, or about Rs 1,800 a month.

Let us tell you that after the spread of corona infection, the demand for video calling apps has increased all over the world.

Initially, the zoom app has been used extensively by people. After this, Google made many updates in its Meet app, after which its downloading was doubled in just 50 days. As of May 17, 2020, Google Meet downloads were 50 million, surpassing the 10 million mark by July 7.


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