Small businesses must start paying Google for office apps use

12/6/2012 | Reuters

Google has announced that it will begin charging businesses with 10 or fewer employees $50 per year per user to use its Web-based office productivity apps, which the Web giant was previously offering for free. Though it will grandfather in the basic Google Apps for existing users, new users will get a premium version. "Businesses quickly outgrow the basic version and want things like 24/7 customer support and larger inboxes," Google explained on its company blog.

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