G Suite is helping millions of people in their business and personal activities every day. A bunch of tools like Drive for storage Docs, Sheets, Slides, Keep, Forms, calendar, and Gmail are capable enough to manage users and services. Google has made it more user friendly by updatingdark mode support for G Suite mobile users.
These advance services of G Suite are paid. But have you ever been curious about how to use G Suite for free?… Well, there are some free Options to use G Suite without paying even a penny. Let me explain to you how?
Unlimited storage for Google Drive, photos, and Gmail
Free unlimited Google Vault storage
One login for everything
This is a set of tools and services specially designed for higher organizations and homeschools. Universities, colleges, and other educational institutes using this G Suite account for online classes and administrational activities. It is absolutely in trend as the importance of online study and work is drastically increasing.
This is majorly divided into two categories:
1) G Suite accounts for k-12 to higher organizations:– Here ‘K’ stands for ‘KG’ and 12 stands for ‘12th’ standard. Elementary, middle, and high schools, technical colleges, community colleges, and universities mostly come under this G Suite account.
Should be a non-profitable institute
Must be a government recognized organization
Must have delivered nationally and internationally approved certifications at primary, secondary or third level
2) G Suite Account for education for homeschoolers:- It is the education of children at home or at different places other than school. For home tutors and online teachers, G Suite is absolutely free of cost. The particular should qualify the criteria down below:
For homeschools, certification from a state homeschool organization is required.
*Note- You must have a dedicated domain (i.e. www.schoolname.com) of your school or institute for the registration process.
Click here to start a free G Suite for Education account.
2. G Suite For Non-Profit Organization
30 GB cloud storage with unlimited users
Calendar, Gmail, Drive, Docs, Google Chat, and more
Professional Email Address at your organization name domain
Video conferences for up to 100 people on Google Meet
Centralized Administration console
24/7 Support on phone, Email, and Online
Mobile device management
This free account is for non-profit charitable organizations. It is the best free G Suite to make your non-profit organization productive, collaborative, and effective. If your organization qualifies, G Suite for nonprofits gives you access to its premium services without any cost.
Must be registered as a non profitable organization in your country
Need to fulfill all other additional requirements of a non profitable organization as per its country’s rules and regulations
Should not be a government entity
Should not be healthcare or hospital (Only charitable healthcare or hospitals will be eligible)
A School, Academic, or University are suggested to create a G Suite account for education
Click here to sign in to the free G Suite for Non-Profit account.
3. Basic G Suite services For Free
15 GB Cloud storage
Google Docs, Sheet, Calendar and Maps
Google Meet, Duo, translator, Photos and slides
Start using basic services and products of G Suite for your small business and self. You already know about the Gmail account, sheet, docs, and various other free tools of Google. They are absolutely free of cost and most of us are already using them on a daily basis. All you need to create a Gmail account.
However, you don’t get an Email address including your business domain, it will end with gmail.com (i.e. firstname.lastname@example.org). Moreover, the probability of finding an Email address similar to your domain is very low.
Let us take a look at the 14 days free trial account of G Suite. This is for those who are looking to explore and experience G Suite for free. Moreover, if any of you are thinking of buying a paid version of G Suite, you are recommended to compare the price and take this trial. The best thing about this trial is, you can upload files, create documents, add or delete multiple users and do various standard activities.
G Suite has 3 plans: basic, business, and enterprise, all three give you 14 days free trial. You will get all of those services and products which are under the trial plan you select. Ultimately these plans are paid. After 14 days, you have to pay a price according to the plan you want to continue with. The payment will be made through a credit card or depending on your business location.
15 GB storage for Email, document, and photos per user
Google offered a free edition of the G Suite account prior to December 6, 2012. It is also known as Legacy free edition of G Suite. This includes some reduced features of G Suite business accounts. After December 6, 2020, Google stopped providing this free edition of G Suite to new users.
The best part of this free edition is, it allows you to create an Email including a domain or multiple domains of your business (e.g. email@example.com)
If any of you have this free edition of G Suite, google allows you to upgrade it to basic, business, or enterprise plans. However, it does not allow us to downgrade this edition as it was free.
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