Google whittles down free access to Apps

Google has been steadily shrinking the number of users it lets access a business' free Google Apps account. When the service first launched, it allowed up to 200 users per business. Then, Google announced its $50 per-user premier platform and the the user limit on free accounts was reduced to 100. Now, Techcrunch reports that the number has shrunk yet again, hitting the 50 mark. Google says there are over 1 million businesses using Google Apps for their collaborative online workspace.

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