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Posted by on Dec 7, 2012 in Internet, Software |

Google Apps for Business stops offering free accounts

Google Apps for Business stops offering free accounts

has posted a statement on its corporate blog that reports on the changes that occur in their business plans. Basically, warning that free accounts to companies have come to an end.

So just who was so far a good starting point for companies, especially SMEs, that all went well and after the payment plans. Google Apps for Business will not have free choice, so you will have to pay for any use thereof. Designed to increase Gmail services facing companies and even schools-we do still have access to free-plans, dealing with Google to manage the software and servers to make it accessible and easy access to their services.

The ‘G’ started to make bigger, and with it, users had the option to move to a premium version with some changes throughout its life in the network, until now has been optional. Today, the size of is gigantic. Groups both premium users quickly increase the use of the basic plan and require all Google services, and individuals who use free accounts and have to wait too long for the latest features. It has therefore been decided to group the two versions into one payment, all two years after expanding the services available to Google Apps .

Any company, has the size you have, you can only hire Google Apps for Business paying $ 50 per user per year, thus obtaining the best that Google has offered: telephone support 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, inbox Gmail with 25GB capacity and uptime guarantee of 99.9% with no set time of inactivity. Individual users may continue to use Google’s free services, such as Gmail, Google Drive , and the integration of the rest of their products on the web and on your Android devices. Finally, Google also warns that it may continue hiring plans for government institutions.

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