The premium Google Meet video conferencing tool will be free for everyone. The availability “will deploy in the coming weeks,” said the search giant in a blog post Wednesday.
Google Meet Premium is free
There is usually a 60-minute delay when you use Google Meet for free. However, the company says it won’t be applied until September 30. Javier Soltero, Vice President and General Manager of G Suite, wrote:
We have seen the daily usage peak for Meet increase by 30 times. As of this month, Meet is hosting 3 billion minutes of video conferencing and adding about 3 million new users every day.
The publication also pointed out that “Meet data is not used for advertising purposes” and that Google “does not sell your data to third parties”. The service is available for iPhone and iPad from Application store. It can also be used on the the Web.