Google launched its video conferencing service Meet for free to all users in May this year, with the aim of making it easier for people to communicate with each other during the Coronavirus pandemic.
This conferencing service was previously only available to G Suite customers and was available for $6 per month.
With Meet, up to 100 people can be part of a video call at the same time, while features like scheduling, screen sharing and real-time captions are also available.
There is currently no video call time on this free version of Google Meet, but this feature will be discontinued from September 30.
From October 1, the free version of Google Meet will also limit video calls to 60 minutes.
This means that users now have a few days during which they can take advantage of unlimited video calls, after which they will be able to make a limited number of calls.
However, this 60-minute period from Google is more than 40 minutes of zoom.
By the way, if you are not happy with the limited time calls, then there are some other free services available.
Users of Apple devices can get this facility in face time while the service is also available in Facebook Messenger rooms for an unlimited period of time.
If you want this feature in Google Meet itself, it is possible for $8 per month.
Google may announce that it will provide this free service for some more time after September 30.