Google to companies: Now you must pay for Google Apps

Peter Gothard
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$50 per user annual fee will make things more 'straightforward' says company

Google Apps will no longer be offered free to enterprise users, as the company has decided to enforce use of the premium version for business customers - along with a $50 per user annual fee. Explaining...

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