Among the platforms that have grown the most since the explosion of the pandemic onwards, there is certainly Google Meet, thanks also to the initiative put in place by the Mountain View group which made the service accessible at no cost to all users. Today the confirmation that the video calls they will remain completely free until June: the only requirement is to have a Gmail account.
Meet video calls will continue to be free
In truth a overdrive there is, that of 24 hours in duration for a single session, but we challenge anyone to reach and overcome it. The announcement came with a post shared on Twitter from the official Workspace account. There he is.
We will extend the unlimited calls of Google Meet (up to 24 hours), in the free version, until June 2021 for Gmail accounts.
We’re continuing unlimited #GoogleMeet calls (up to 24 hours) in the free version through June 2021 for Gmail accounts → https://t.co/fqBTmoNPBW pic.twitter.com/Ax0fmbRvqr
— Google Workspace (@GoogleWorkspace) March 30, 2021
The deadline has therefore been postponed again, initially set at 30 September 2020, then to 31 March 2021. Now, thanks to the need to continue to communicate remotely due to the protracted health emergency, Google has decided to postpone it again.
The many innovations introduced over the last year for Meet have made it one of the most used tools by those who find themselves working from home in smart working and by the millions of students struggling with the online lessons of the distance teaching.
Fonte: Google Workspace su Twitter Google Meet: free video calls until June