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Google is finally raising G Suite’s price

17/01/2019

The company thinks that the current version of its venerable suite is worth a buck or two more per month. When Google first started introducing browser-based productivity tools such as Docs and Sheets, they had something in common with much of what the company offers: They were free. In 2007, however, Google launched...
The company thinks that the current version of its venerable suite is worth a buck or two more per month. When Google first started introducing browser-based productivity tools such as Docs and Sheets, they had something in common with much of what the company offers: They were free. In 2007, however, Google launched a premium edition of its Google Apps service—now known as G Suite—for $50 per user per year. In subsequent years, it added a $5-per-month option and advanced versions of the suite at higher prices. But it’s never instituted a simple price hike akin to Netflix raising its monthly fee.Read Full Story The company thinks that the current version of its venerable suite is worth a buck or two more per month. When Google first started introducing browser-based productivity tools such as Docs and Sheets, they had something in common with much of what the company offers: They were free. In 2007, however, Google launched a premium edition of its Google Apps service—now known as G Suite—for $50 per user per year. In subsequent years, it added a $5-per-month option and advanced versions of the suite at higher prices. But it’s never instituted a simple price hike akin to Netflix raising its monthly fee.Read Full Story
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