No More Free Google Apps

Ouch. Google Apps has ditched its free version, meaning anyone who wants to use the business version of Google’s mail, calendar and office suite will now have to pay $US50 a year per user for the privilege.

Google’s announcement, via a blog post, makes it clear that the change doesn’t affect individual Google users, who can continue using Gmail and its sibling for free with a personal account. However, the previous option which allowed companies with less than ten employees to use apps for free (while utilising their own domain) has been retired — via

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