As of next month, the Google Meet video conferencing service, which is an alternative to Zoom, will lose some of its free features. The company reported this back in the spring, when it launched this application.
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The restrictions apply to reducing the duration of free video conferences – from October, they should not exceed 60 minutes. Initially, users did not have to pay for communication at all. The duration of the conditionally unlimited videoconferences was 300 hours. Now this opportunity will be available to owners of paid packages G Suite for Education and G Suite.
Meanwhile, earlier it became known about the possible closure of the Google Duo application, so that the Meet service could be supported.