By ET Bureau - April 30, 2020 1 Mins Read
Google Meet, the video conferencing app from Google, will be available for free. The move comes from Google to compete with Zoom and Microsoft Teams. The app will be free for users with Google account for a limited period from May. Google Meet is offering 60 minutes of video meetings for the free version; however, Google said it wouldn’t enforce the limit until October.
Until now, Google Meet was available only to enterprise users of Google’s G Suite platform. Starting next month, anyone with a Google Account will be able to sign in to Google Meet at meet.google.com. Users will also be able to use several same features available to premium G Suite users for a limited period of time.
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