With the pandemic, several applications and platforms wanted to provide people during confinement with some functions so that they can see each other, after face-to-face meetings were prohibited. Some apps allowed more people to join a video call, others provided longer communication times for free, among others. One of them was Google Meet, which made it easy for users to use almost all the paid options within its platform for free.

But not anymore, Google recently announced that starting this month “group meetings with three or more participants will once again be subject to the one-hour limit.” If we want to extend the time limit we will have to pay a subscription.

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The new plan offered by Google is somewhat high for Argentines, since its cost must be paid in foreign currency. What Google offers us is a personal plan of 9.99 euros per month that includes WorkSpace Premium. This includes longer video calls, live streaming on YouTube, background noise cancellation and call recording in Meet, as well as 2TB of storage for Google Photos, Drive and Gmail and a VPN for Android and iOS.