The use of Google’s video conferencing service has doubled during the coronavirus pandemic. Meanwhile, now a big news has come out for the users using this Google Meet platform. In fact, soon the free unlimited video calling facility on Google Meet is going to be limited to just 60 minutes. Yes, tech giant Google’s video chat platform Google Meet has announced that after September 30, the free version of Google Meet will be limited to 60 minutes. This means that after September 30, you can take advantage of free meetings on Google Meet for only 60 minutes i.e. 1 hour.

A Google spokesperson The Verge We do not have any information at this time regarding the expiry of the promo and advanced features. If something like this happens, we will definitely inform about it.

Let us tell you, till now anyone with a Google account could make free video calls with 100 people through Google Meet, without any limit.

As The Verge reports, the September 30 deadline also applies to other features, such as G Suite Essentials, which include Meet’s more advanced features like video calling with up to 250 people, dial-in phone numbers, Features like live stream with up to 100,000 people on a single domain and saving recordings of Google meetings on Google Drive are included. All these features are also available to the users for free till 30 September.

The feature is only available to customers in the “Enterprise” tier of G Suite, which costs $25 per user (approximately Rs 1,800) per month.

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