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Google Meet’s premium video calling features are available to individual subscribers

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A trio of Google Meet features previously only available through Google’s business Workspace subscriptions are coming to Google One subscribers, the search giant announced today. These include the ability to make group calls up to 24 hours (up from a previous one-hour limit), access to Google Meet’s background noise filtering feature, and support for recorded video calls.

These features are not available for every Google One subscription. They are only available to users who pay for 2 TB of storage or more, meaning they pay a minimum of $10 per month or $100 per year for a subscription. The features aren’t rolling out to every 2TB Google One subscriber right away, either. According to Google’s announcement, they will be available in the US, Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Japan and Australia for now, with more countries coming soon.

It’s a nifty little upgrade to Google One, making some of Google Workspace’s more advanced features available to individuals. And Google’s announcement suggests it may not be the last, with “additional select premium features” from Meet, Gmail, and Calendar coming to Google One plans in the future.

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