Google Meet Free Users can make unlimited video calls until March 31

Google Meet Free Users Can Make Unlimited Video Calls Until March 31
Google Meet Free Users can make unlimited video calls until March 31

Google has decided to extend support for Google Meet Free Users can make unlimited video calling feature for 24 hours till March 31. Amid the Covid-19 pandemic, as the number of infection cases doesn’t seem to ebb away and work-from-home culture along with virtual classrooms and online meetings continue to be the new normal in such uncertain times. Due to the ongoing pandemic, Google Meet extended its feature of a free group calling from G-suite access to all Gmail accounts.

Earlier, Google was going to curtail the 24-hours free call facility to only for an hour after September 30, and thereafter users must have to pay for a business account to enjoy the unlimited video-calling feature. But, with its free-to-use feature getting extended for many more months, users can now carry on with their business and online activities hassle-free on the platform without the need for a business account.


Besides that, Google has also introduced a slew of interesting features to the app. Recently, it has enabled machine learning-based noise cancellation feature on all Android and iOS devices. The Google Meet noise cancellation feature was previously available only for G Suite Enterprise and G Suite Enterprise for education, subscribers.

Google had allowed free access to Meet’s advanced features for all G Suite customers, such as the ability to live stream for up to 100,000 viewers within their domain, free additional Meet licenses for qualifying G Suite customers without any amendments to their current contract, and free G Suite Essentials for new customers. These Google Meet features are available to customers on the “enterprise” tier of G Suite, which costs $25 per user per month.

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How to use Google Meet free

To sign up for the Google Meet free version, go to the Google Meet page. Enter your name, email, country, and primary use for Google Meet (personal, business, education, or government). Agree to Google’s terms of service, and hit Submit. You’ll get a notification when the service is ready for you to use.

  1. Go to (or, open the app on iOS or Android, or start a meeting from Google Calendar).
  2. Click Start new meeting, or enter your Google meeting code.
  3. Choose the Google account you want to use.
  4. Click Join Meeting. You’ll have the ability to add others to your meeting, too. And that’s it! Happy video chatting.

Is Google meet free? Yes, Google Meet Video Conferencing App will be available for free on the web at and via mobile apps for iOS or Android. Anyone who has a Gmail account can sign in at to activate their Meet account. Google Meet can be a good alternative to Zoom as the app allows 100 people to participate in a single video call.