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Only 1 hour free service will be available on Google Meet, for nonstop calling you have to take a membership plan of Rs 750

 Only 1 hour free service will be available on Google Meet, for nonstop calling you have to take a membership plan of Rs 750

Only 1 hour free service will be available on Google Meet, for nonstop calling you have to take a membership plan of Rs 750


Bad news for video conferencing users from Google Meet. Now the company has ended the feature of Unlimited Group Video Call for Free Account on Video Calling App Meet. Users will now be able to make group calls for one hour only. According to Google, during group video calling, you will receive a notification after 55 minutes informing you that the call has ended.


It will cost Rs 750 per month

Users who want to make group video calling for more than 1 hour now need to upgrade their Google Account. For that you can buy a Google Workspace membership. A workplace membership plan costs 9. 9.99 (approximately Rs. 750) per month. One-on-one calls without a plan will be available for up to 24 hours and 60 minutes with three or more people.


The company announced last year that anyone with a Google account can have free meetings with up to 100 people without any time limit. Its integrated communication and help service workplace is now available to anyone with a Google Account.

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The app was launched in the Corona epidemic

Google Meet was launched in April 2020, after which it was added to a Gmail account. The Corona epidemic was spreading rapidly at the time. Due to which the trend of work from home, online education started growing. Since its launch, Google has added features like blur background, noise cancellation, connecting more people to the app. Google also made a number of improvements to the app to enhance the user experience.

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