Now you have to pay Rs 750 per month for Google Meet, unlimited group video call facility is closed Google Meet now charges Rs 750 per month, unlimited group video calls

Users can upgrade their Google Accounts to extend calls, otherwise the call will end after 60 minutes, the company said in an update. One-on-one calls will be available for 24 hours and up to 60 minutes with three or more people.

Google Meet now charges Rs 750 per month, unlimited group video calls

Now you have to pay Rs 750 per month for Google Meet

New Delhi: If you use Google Meet regularly, this is important news for you. Google has turned off unlimited group video calling for a free account on its video calling app ‘Meet’. Users will now have only one hour for group calling. According to an update on the Google support page, Meet users will receive a 55 minute notice during group video calling that their call will now end. (Google Meet now charges Rs 750 per month, unlimited group video calls)

Users can upgrade their Google Accounts to extend calls, otherwise the call will end after 60 minutes, the company said in an update. One-on-one calls will be available for 24 hours and up to 60 minutes with three or more people. However, individual members of Google Workplace can make one-to-one and group calls with three or more people 24 hours a day.

How much does it cost to subscribe?

However, if you feel that 60 minutes is not enough for you, you can purchase a Google Workspace subscription. Workplace membership is available on an individual level for 9.99 (approximately Rs. 750) per month. If you purchase a plan, your video calls will not be limited.

Google Meat was launched during the Corona period

Google Meet was launched in April 2020 and was later integrated into a Gmail account for users. Since its launch, Google has announced a number of features such as blur background, noise cancellation, and the ability to add more people. Search veterans also improved existing features to enhance the user experience. Of course, during the Corona period, the trend of Google Meet has increased tremendously and people have started using this feature more and more for online meetings.

Google announced last year that anyone with a Google Account can have up to 100 free meetings without any time limit during an epidemic, and its integrated communication and help service workplace is now available to everyone with a Google Account. (Google Meet now charges Rs 750 per month, unlimited group video calls)

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