Google will allow Workspace users to migrate to free accounts and this is what you have to do

Google will allow Workspace users to migrate to free accounts and this is what you have to do

Starting May 1, Google will withdraw free subscriptions to its professional services, formerly known as G Suite, and now Workspace. In this way, will start charging the corresponding rate from July 1 (as long as the user has provided the billing information). However, those who choose not to pay a subscription can migrate to free accounts.

It will be at the time of entering the payment data when you will also be able to choose a type of subscription different from the one that the service has chosen by default. But, for those who prefer to opt for a free plan, Google has launched a new one for companies: Google Workspace Essentials Starter Edition.

In this way, companies can access applications such as Drive, Docs and Meet for free… In addition, users of Essentials Starter Edition they do not need to use a new email addressinstall new applications or convert your files to other formats for it.

Users only have to register using your work email. However, it should be remembered that the basic Google Workspace account costs just over 5 euros per month per person.

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