How Much Do Google Apps for Business Cost?

How Much Do Google Apps for Business Cost?

We all are familiar with Google, but if you’re a business user, you would need google apps for business. Or in other words, we can call it to google workspace which is formerly known as G Suite. In this article, we will talk about how much do google apps cost for business. But before that take a look at what exactly is Google Workspace.

What exactly is Google Workspace?

Google Workspace is Google’s range of cloud-based office productivity tools. It initially only included Gmail, Docs, and Sheets but in recent years has also added other tools like the ever-popular Drive (among many others).

Typically seen as a cheaper option for business when compared to its biggest rival Microsoft Office 365, this popularity makes it a great choice. Higher-level plans offer advanced archiving, security, and administrative features which make them worth considering if you need these additional services

But a recent price rise (the first in Google Workspace’s history) has left many potential new customers wondering: is Google Work still an affordable option? What exactly do you get in return, and is the new pricing justified?

Find out as we take you through everything you need to know about the new prices for google workspace.

Google Workspace Pricing: How much does it cost?

Google Workspace is a great option for businesses of all sizes. The four plans, ranging from $6 to $18 per month with 30 GB up to unlimited storage and advanced controls are flexible enough that any business will find it affordable. 

Google has announced an increase in the prices for their Workspace Plans. The new price will be with the increment of $1/user/month for the Business Starter and $2/user/month on the Business Standard plan. This might not sound like a lot but it all depends on how many users you have because if your company only employs 5 people then this is very manageable however if you employ 20 or more employees then these increases can start to sting a little bit.

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