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Jan 19 2019

Google Announces Price Hike for G Suite

In a recent G Suite Update, Google informed users of the company's productivity/office suite about a noticeable price increase that will take effect on April 2, 2019 and apply globally.

According to the official announcement, the raise will only affect users of the "Basic" and "Business" editions of the suite, whereas enterprise users have nothing to worry about. For U.S.-based customers, this means they have to pay $6 (instead of $5) and $12 (instead of $10) per user per month for their respective package. However, depending on where you are, the increase may turn out higher, as Google reserves the right to make "local market adjustments for certain regions."

The new list prices will go into effect on April 2, 2019 for existing G Suite customers on a flexible plan. Users who opted for an annual contract will see the price hike either on the same date or later, depending on when their plan is due to be prolonged. In addition, customers booking or renewing an annual G suite contracts prior to April 2 will save money, since the changes will not impact current contracts or renewal events preceding that date. Customers receiving their bill directly from Google will get an email from Google no later than February 28, 2019 with details specific to their domains. Customers who license G Suite through a reseller should hear from their partners directly or may reach out to them proactively.

 
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