If you are a Google Workspace customer, that is, you have an enterprise account, this limit will remain unchanged for you. Google has enforced a 60-minute time limit on calls for those who are using this service for free. Google in April last year made its video conferencing platform, Google Meet, available for free to all its users. The company later extended this offer to June 2021 to give a tough competition to rival Zoom, Skype, and all other popular video conferencing platforms.
All “calls with 3 or more participants” will be limited to 60 minutes. “At 55 minutes, everyone gets a notification that the call is about to end. To extend the call, the host can upgrade their Google account. Otherwise, the call will end at 60 minutes.”
Now the company, via an update on its support page, has announced that free Google Meet users will be able to host only one-on-one calls for up to 24 hours via their personal computers. But this is not true for group calls.
For Corporate Account
If you are a Google Workspace customer, that is, you have a corporate account, this limit will remain unchanged for you. The company said Workspace users can host individual calls and group calls with three or more participants for up to 24 hours without any changes. The upgrade mentioned by the company is $ 9.99 (approx. 74545) per month for the Workspace Individual level which has launched in five countries including the United States, Canada, Mexico, Brazil and the United States. Japan. After upgrading to this plan, users will be able to host group calls for up to 24 hours without any restrictions.