Click or tap your region below to try G Suite for free. You can subscribe to the Flexible Plan (month to month) or to the Annual Plan (one year commitment with monthly payments) any time before the end of the 14 day trial period.
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G Suite Free Trial: Enter or Request a Domain
Within Step 2 of the free trial signup process, Google will ask you to either enter a valid domain name or to purchase a domain name if you don’t already have one.
Note: Entering a valid domain name does not mean that you are committing to linking your domain to G Suite.
If you do not yet have a domain for your business but have been meaning to get one, you can request a domain during the signup process by selecting the second radio button. Domain pricing is as low as $1 USD per month.
Whether you’re an established company or are just starting the transition from the likes of Gmail, Yahoo! Mail or Comcast mail to corporate email addresses, you’ll find that G Suite will be an easy-to-use and productive experience for your users.
For anyone who has used consumer Gmail, the G Suite email experience will be virtually identical. Docs, Sheets, Slides and Drawings are all intuitive productivity tools that allow your employees to start collaborating immediately.
Create a microsite or an intranet using the new Google Sites. Google Sites is included at no extra charge.
What’s the per user cost at the end of the G Suite free trial?
There are two G Suite pricing plans. G Suite Basic costs $6 per user per month in the United States. G Suite Business, which includes additional features such as unlimited file storage and the ability to archive all messages, costs $12 per user per month. With the Flexible Plan, users can be removed at any time without penalty.
After you sign up for a free trial, up to 10 users can explore all the features of G Suite, including business email and online storage. Google Hangouts Meet can also be tested.
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