Google's web-based Apps no longer free for small businesses
- USA: Sunday, December 09 - 2012 at 05:05
Google Inc. has announced it will no longer offer its web-based office productivity software free to small businesses, in a bid to expand revenue beyond the company's core advertising services, Reuters has reported. The move marks the latest change to Google Apps, which until 2011 was available for free to businesses with 50 or fewer people. Businesses with 10 or fewer people will now need to pay $50 per user per year, the same rate that larger businesses pay, to use its Google Apps software which includes email, word processing, spreadsheet and presentation tools. Individual consumers will still be able to get a free version of many of the products such as Gmail, Google said.
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