Great news: You still could use free Gmail with your domain
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Great news: You still could use free Gmail with your domain.
After being complained by a large number of users, Google announced that the free version of G Suite will be reserved in disguise and can continue to use the free Gmail with your own domain.
Previously, Google announced that the old version of the G Suite free version plan was discontinued , and all users will be automatically upgraded to the paid plan on May 1 and will no longer be able to perform downgrades.
After announcing the news, Google was greeted by a large number of users, mainly because the original free plan has been going on for many years and now it is suddenly unacceptable for users to charge.
After being criticized, Google decided to delay the automatic upgrade by 1 month to June 1, 2022, and then just delaying the upgrade does not solve the actual problem.
After being continuously exported by users, Google finally decided to admit it.
Google recently announced that G Suite will launch a new free plan so that white prostitution users can migrate the plan.
After being vomited by a large number of users, Google announced that the free version of G Suite can continue to use the free email domain name in disguised form
The new free plan can continue to use a custom domain name:
The most attractive thing about the free package originally provided by Google is the custom domain name of the mailbox service, that is, you can bind your own domain name and use Google to send and receive emails.
Therefore, the newly launched free plan also supports custom domain names.
It is estimated that Google feels that as long as it can keep custom domain names, it can quell the anger of users.
The content of the new free plan is as follows: it is limited to individual users and does not support commercial services, and only supports users who use a custom domain name to allocate less than 10 people.
The custom domain name will continue to be retained after migrating to the new free tier, and access to Workspace services and other Google apps will be free of charge.
To put it simply, the original free package function is basically retained, and then the user only needs to go to the management console of the account to manually select the package.
By default, the legacy free plan will transition to the paid business plan on June 27, and users need to complete the plan switch on the console before this date.
Here’s how to switch accounts:
Go to the account console and click Choose the path you want to migrate, then choose the classic G Suite plan for personal use and stay free of charge and confirm.
Information that needs to be confirmed includes: You can continue to use a custom domain name in Gmail, retain access to Google services, and retain all data.
The most important thing is that this package does not support any commercial use. If you need to use it for commercial use in the future, you still need to pay extra to upgrade the commercial package.
After checking that the information is correct, click Confirm and select for personal use. After selecting, a thank you choice will pop up: you choose to continue to use the free version of the classic package.
So far, the wave of G Suite forcing users to pay has basically ended. Now there should be no more complaints from users. Users who need it should change it quickly.
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