Google Meet will allow ‘free unlimited calling’ until the 30th June

Google won’t introduce an hour long call limit on free Google Meet users toward the finish of March, the company declared in a tweet. All things considered, it will currently be start on June 30th. Up to that point, anybody utilizing the service’s free version form will actually want to have calls as long as 24 hours long, which Google refers to as “unlimited.”

This is the second time Google has pushed back the introduction of hit limits since opening up the service of free clients last April.

An hour long cutoff had originally been because of happened toward the finish of September, however that cutoff time was subsequently pushed back to March when it turned out to be evident that a considerable lot of us wouldn’t have the option to celebrate the holidays in person with our loved ones.

Google hasn’t explicitly said why it’s expanding its deadline this time, however the continued pandemic restrictions set up around the world probably have something to do with it. I think I represent everybody when I say I trust Google will not have reason to expand its deadline again come June.

Add Comment