Gmail Pricing Plan & Cost Guide

Gmail

Free email and inbox management app, from Google's G Suite

4.74/5 (288 reviews)

Gmail Pricing

Pricing model: Freemium, Subscription

Free Trial: Available (No Credit Card required)

Every Gmail account includes 15GB of free storage

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Pricing Comparison

How does Gmail compare with other Communications apps?

Subscription plan?

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95% of apps offer a
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Free trial?

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78% of apps have a
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Freemium plan?

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30% of apps have a
freemium plan

Pricing Comparison

Communications app prices shown are $/month

Please note: For comparison purposes the price for Gmail has been scaled monthly. Actual price is $/per year




Gmail Pricing Reviews

Pros
  • Easy to use and simple
  • Very user-friendly, rock-solid uptime, low-cost.
  • No doubts all of the features that come along Gmail make life much easier and likely to be productive.
  • Gmail is the best email system I've used, the integration with different third-party tools, the ease of use of all its applications and the ease of use make it the best
Cons
  • Looks like junk mail as it is to overused.
  • Somewhat convoluted, outdated and error-prone email migration methods. Lack of useful customer support.
  • There is nothing to be worry about this program. You find it everywhere, reasonable price and easy hand!
  • There's nothing I dislike about Gmail -- I use it straightforward for email purposes and so far, it has done everything I need it to do!
98%
recommended this to a friend or a colleague

6 reviewers had the following to say about Gmail's pricing:

Anonymous

User-friendly, convenient, and low-cost email solution

Reviewed 2015-10-19
Review Source: GetApp

I have experience migrating a company to Google Apps for Work, which included an email migration. My current job also uses Google Apps for Work (Gmail), and I use Gmail for my personal & freelance email as well. First off, as an end-user, I have to say that the web interface is very user-friendly. I can easily organize my emails - for personal email, I prefer the pre-sorted tabs, but my work inbox has email separated into Unread, Starred, Important, and then everything else. It makes it easy to prioritize which emails I need to address. Gmail chat is a great way to ask my coworkers quick questions without actually sending an email too, and all chats are automatically archived so I can go back and re-read them if need be. Gmail also has fantastic uptime - I never have trouble accessing it. My email migration experience was considerably less smooth than my end-user experience. I was left to parse Google's documentation, which at the time consisted of a trove of outdated pages with contradicting information. The web-based email migration tool, which I dared only run for one user at a time, would often error out and worked at a snail's pace. The response on their support forums was almost nonexistant, but essentially amounted to "this is broken, we don't know when it will be fixed." When you've just convinced your boss that Google Apps for Work is the way to go, this is somewhat frustrating (to say the least). Very user-friendly, rock-solid uptime, low-cost.

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Gmail

Free email and inbox management app, from Google's G Suite

Anonymous

Gmail

Used weekly for 2+ years
Reviewed 2017-04-10
Review Source: GetApp

For personal still good and for business - in the old days it was great. Now that accounts are so much cheaper you can be better served to create an address which announces your business in its title....can not service all the mail in multiple accountsEasy to use and simple

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Gmail

Free email and inbox management app, from Google's G Suite

Anonymous

Great for businesses who need professional emails

Used daily for 6-12 months
Reviewed 2018-04-11
Review Source: GetApp

I like that I can have my own business email - as an owner of a small business, having an @gmail.com email doesn't really look professional and customers won't take you seriously. With Gmail, you can use your well-loved Gmail (with all features) at a very low price per month per email! I love it because for such a small amount of price, I get to have a professional business email -- from a trusted email provider.

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Gmail

Free email and inbox management app, from Google's G Suite

Juan Nocua

The best chance to wor with an email software.

Used daily for 2+ years
Reviewed 2018-05-05
Review Source: GetApp

No doubts all of the features that come along Gmail make life much easier and likely to be productive.

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Gmail

Free email and inbox management app, from Google's G Suite

Jose Efrain Padilla Barbosa

the best corporate email system

Used daily for 1-2 years
Reviewed 2018-03-23
Review Source: GetApp

Gmail is the best email system I've used, the integration with different third-party tools, the ease of use of all its applications and the ease of use make it the best

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Gmail

Free email and inbox management app, from Google's G Suite

Ian Mayman

The ultimate in email search and storage

Used daily for 2+ years
Reviewed 2018-07-24
Review Source: GetApp

The best thing about Gmail without a doubt is, unfortunately, the least known. Google is well known as a search engine, but few seem to realise that search technology is applicable to email if they use Gmail. Of particular value is the ability to tailor the search to find just what you're looking for, such as an email from a person with a certain name who sent a picture between date X and date Y. Additionally are labels. Why file emails in folders - put instead Gmail labels them and multiple labels can be applied, it's like having an email in multiple folders at the same time, this also allows for greater filtering to identifying specific emails. Finally, there is the email storage. Personally, I delete emails every day unless it's related to work, income, or expenses; the result of this is that my Gmail account that I've had since 2011 has only used 5% of storage, I doubt I'll ever use up all the space as it keeps growing! Also noteworthy are features such as the ability to marks email as starred and/or as important plus links to quick get to those emails. a recent addition is the ability to snooze or defer emails to a later time more suitable or appropriate for reading the email rather than filling up your inbox. Finally Gmail, works seemlessly with every third-party email application I've used, all you need is your address and password to connect, jargon such as mailservers and SMTPs are entered automatically behind the scenes, this makes Gmail via third-party apps very user-friendly. Of course, as it's a Google product, a Gmail account means you also can login to other Google products such as YouTube.

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Gmail

Free email and inbox management app, from Google's G Suite