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Google Workspace reversal on legacy free G Suite account shutdown

After 16 years of free email at your domain, Google announced users would have to start paying. Now they reversed that stance and say you can keep your free account if it is for personal use.

It was 2012 when they no longer offered a free version of what was also called “G Suite”. it is like a free Gmail account but at your own domain instead of at gmail.com. The paid version gets you get more storage, support — and many other features.

Good news: 501c3 nonprofits can still get Google Workspace and all the pro features free by request.

I host most of the sites I build but I have not hosted email on my server for a long time in order to keep it safe and speedy for my WordPress managed hosting clients.

now when you log into the Google Admin it will ask you to choose paid vs free and this is what the 3 screens look like:

read more at: arstechnica.com

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