Google Announces First Ever G-Suite Price Increase
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Google will be raising prices 20% for its G Suite Basic and Business productivity suites for the first time since their release.
While G Suite Enterprise ($25 per user per month) won't be affected, G Suite Basic will be bumped from $5 per user per month to $6 per user. The Business Suite will go from $10 per user per month to $12 per user per month.
For all Google customers that are on the month-to-month Flexible plan, the price changes will go into effect April 2, 2019. Customers on the Annual plan will see the new prices when their plans renew on or after April 2, 2019.
These changes came soon after former Oracle exec, Thomas Kurian, became the new Google Cloud CEO.
In the blog post where Google announced this increase, they said that G Suite's offerings have grown in the last ten years to provide more functionality and value to businesses. "The one thing that hasn't changed over this time is price. Today, we are announcing two incremental list price updates to reflect this value."
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