Google Apps Adds A Layer Of Monetization To Its Freemium Model

Google Apps Adds A Layer Of Monetization To Its Freemium Model
technology

There will be new flexible billing options, a reduction in the user limit for free accounts, and a quicker setup process.

Emma Hutchings
  • 28 april 2011

On Tuesday, Google announced some upcoming changes to Google Apps. A new billing option called the Flexible Plan will cost $5 per user per month with no contract, and will be offered alongside the current $50 Annual Plan. Also, there will be no upfront payments for new customers and those from the US, UK, Austria, France, Germany, Italy, Spain and the Netherlands will be given the option to pay by direct debit.

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