Google Apps No More Free Sign-ups

Google Apps is No More accepting Free Sign-ups. If you are using Google apps for Free, you can keep using it for free, but registering a new, free account is not possible now.

Google Apps No More Free Sign-ups

Google Apps No More Free Sign-ups?

Hello from Google,

Here’s some important news about Google Apps—but don’t worry, there’s no need for you to take any action. We just want you to know that we’re making a change to the packages we offer.

Starting today, we’re no longer accepting new sign-ups for the free version of Google Apps (the version you’re currently using). Because you’re already a customer, this change has no impact on your service, and you can continue to use Google Apps for free.

Should you ever want to upgrade to Google Apps for Business, you’ll enjoy benefits such as 24/7 customer support, a 25 GB inbox, business controls, our 99.9% uptime guarantee, unlimited users and more for just $5 per user, per month.

You can learn more about this change in our Help Center or on the Enterprise Blog.

Thank you for using Google Apps.

Clay Bavor
Director, Google Apps

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7 replies on “Google Apps No More Free Sign-ups”

I got an e-mail about this today, and it’s some bummer news (for people that haven’t already taken advantage of it). I’ve got a small photography studio, and I signed up for Google Apps with our domain name. Two real employees, so no monthly fee. Oh well, at least we got grandfathered in so I can keep using my business Gmail account…

It would be nice if Google actually used to resources freed up by dumping non-paying users to improve their customer service of paying users, but that remains to be seen. The reasons Google gives for making changes seem more PR than genuine.

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