G Suite Pricing: What Your Business Can Expect to Pay

Updated: April 2, 2019

G Suite PricingThe current G Suite pricing is different than it was when G Suite was known as Google Apps for Work.

Prior to December 6, 2012, Google offered a free business version of Google Apps. Businesses that signed up for that version are grandfathered at no cost for up to 10 users.

Google still offers free versions of G Suite to qualified educational and government institutions as well as to qualified nonprofit organizations.

For for-profit businesses, G Suite does come at a cost.

On April 2, 2019 Google increased G Suite pricing for the first time. Unlike many prices that go up for no clear reason, Google has a justification for the price increase—it has continually added business value to G Suite and will continue to do so.

Under the Flexible Plan, businesses can pay month to month with no contract. Under the Annual Plan, a business is committing to a one year contract, which effectively saves two months worth of payments. Under the Annual Plan, payments are still made monthly.

G Suite Pricing – United States & Canada

G Suite Basic – $6.00 per user per month

The default Google Drive storage per user is 30GB.

Storage space is not used by native G Suite files such as Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms, and Sites. Storage is used by uploaded PDFs, images and videos. It’s also used by email and email attachments.

Any G Suite user can be assigned an additional storage license by a G Suite administrator. Additional storage is available in increments of 100 GB, 1 TB, 2TB, 10 TB, 20 TB and 30 TB. The cost of an additional storage license ranges from $1.99 per month for 100 GB all the way up to $299 per month for 30 TB.

G Suite Business – $12.00 per user per month

G Suite Business provides additional features such as domain-wide mail and document search and auditing of Google Drive activity.

MORE: These 7 bonus applications are included in the price of G Suite

G Suite Business provides 1 TB of storage per user with accounts that have four or fewer users. For accounts with over four users, all users have unlimited storage.

A component of G Suite that comes at a cost is Jamboard.

The pricing for a third tier, G Suite Enterprise, is $25 per user per month.

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As of the date of this blog post, here are some examples of current pricing in other currencies:

G Suite Pricing – U.K.

In the U.K., G Suite basic is £4.63 per user per month. G Suite Business is £9.26.

G Suite Pricing – Australia

In Australia, G Suite Basic is $8.40 per user per month. G Suite Business is $16.80 per user per month.

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2 thoughts on “G Suite Pricing: What Your Business Can Expect to Pay”

  1. we are going to implement G Suite for our company from one of the Google premium partner in India, they said they will implement the whole things on their own. My question is can I ask them the free trial for 14 days before my billing cycle starts ?

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