translated from Spanish: Google Meet will now limit free plan meetings

United States.-Although the Google Meet service since its launch was run corporate companies, its growing popularity in the wake of the pandemic, growing competition with industry greats such as Zoom and Facebook caused Google to announce free meetings at the end of April, but it appears period is over. As mentioned by the company, the free service will be limited up to 60 minutes from September 30. As published by The Verge, this change is due to internal business issues, as well as changing advanced features into one of Meet’s types of service.
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So in the face of the situation dozens of frequent users of the platform will have to organize their time to announce their communications in just 60 minutes. In addition to September 30, advanced features of G Suite and G Suite Education clients will also disappear, including meetings of up to 250 users, as well as live streams with coverage of up to 100,000 people within a single domain, as well as the ability to video-record meetings. So Google Meet aims to leave all these options to G Suite enterprise-level customers, so if you want you can subscribe for $8 a month and enjoy unlimited meetings of up to 150 participants.

Original source in Spanish

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