Over the last ten years, G Suite has grown to provide more tools, functionality and value to help businesses transform the way they work. The one thing that hasn’t changed over this time is price.
G Suite is Google’s suite of intelligent apps, formerly known as Google Apps, until re-branded in late 2016. Clients often move to G Suite because they are suffering from productivity issues because of poor email servers. However, G Suite is much more than just email. It also includes a variety of apps and features that can transform the way your team collaborates and works. In fact, you’re probably already using or are familiar with some of them even if you are not a G Suite customer yet.
In January Google announced a price increase for it’s popular G Suite productivity platform. It’s the first price rise in ten years, and brings it into line with other popular cloud productivity tools. Here is a handy G Suite edition comparison tool showing the differences.
Here is how the pricing changes will affect you from April 2nd.
G Suite Basic
United States: Increase by $1 (from $5 to $6 per user/month)
Australia: Increase by $3.40 (from $5 to $8.40/month)
G Suite Business
United States: Increase by $2 (from $10 to $12 per user/month)
Australia: Increase by $6.80 (from $10 to $16.80/month)
The price increase hits on April 2nd 2019, this means when your contract renewal occurs for Monthly and Annual payments over the next 12 months is when you will see this increase.
If you are on a flexible plan, then you will see an increase from your next invoice in April 2019.
If you have any questions please feel free to reach out to us and ask. We will be in touch with each of our customers before renewal.