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5 Secrets When Signing Up for Google G Suite
These secrets (Update November 2019) will ensure you get the best deal and have the most success when signing up for Google G Suite Basic or Google G Suite Business.
1. Use this link for a free G Suite Business or G Suite Basic 14-day trial. No payment necessary, totally free, no obligation.
2. Add all the G Suite users you need BEFORE you pay. Why? Because Secret #3 below will get you a discount coupon that will only apply at the time of your first payment. To get the largest discount add all users you may need to your account before you pay. If you add them after you pay the coupon code will not apply and you’ll pay full price for them.
3. Get a free discount coupon code by filling out the form above. We will email it to you immediately! We will not give or sell your email address to anyone. These codes are unique and can only be used once. If you find codes posted on websites like RetailMeNot, Reddit, and other popular coupon sites they will not work because they will have already been used! TIP: You must use a real, working email address to receive the code. We will not abuse your email address. We do not sell or make your email address available to anyone else.
4. Free help! If you sign up for G Suite through our partner link, you are entitled to free eMail based support from WSO.host. We can help and give advice if you have trouble during the signup process.
5. G Suite is not a website host. You or your business may need the features offered by G Suite like G Mail, Google Drive, Google Docs, Google Sheets, Google Keep, Google Hangouts, and many more. But you also still need a website and web hosting to handle that website. We can help! We are a modern, full featured cPanel based web hosting company featuring WordPress based websites as well as traditional hosting. Drop us a note and we’ll give you advice on how to host with us and use G Suite at the same time. TIP: We’ve been in the hosting industry since 1995 – before Google, before Facebook, before GoDaddy. We know a bit.