Google Meet video conferencing service will be free announced Google company
Users will be able to create conferences with up to 100 people
Google offers free access to the Meet video conferencing service. This was reported in the blog of the company. Previously, only corporate and educational clients of the G Suite service could use Meet.
Now anyone with a Google Account can create their own video conference and invite up to 100 people to it. While there are no time limits for free conferences. Meet's competitor, the Zoom service, allows you to talk for free for only 40 minutes, then the conference breaks off.
The free version of Google Meet will be available to all users within a few weeks. In the future, it will be possible to connect to the service both in the desktop version and in mobile applications on iOS and Android. You can find out when the service will be available for each specific account by signing up for notifications.
Since January, Google has noted an increase in daily use of the service by 30 times. As of the end of April, Meet provides 3 billion minutes of video calls every day and adds 3 million new users.