15
Jul
2011

Google Plus will reduce age restriction to 13 after 31st July 2011

Posted in: Google, Web , , , 102 Comments

Current age restriction to join Google Plus is 18. You must be above 18 to join Google plus. But Google has decided to decrease this age restriction limit to 13.


According to Google Plus team, Google Plus will be open for all from 31/July/2011 and from same date age restriction will also decrease to 13.

This is going to be more fun with Google Plus. Facebook already have age restriction of 13.

Age restriction is still 18 for Google Plus. I just made a fake account with age 15, and I got following error message.

This feature is not available of your account.
You must be over a certain age to use this feature. Learn more.

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102 Responses to Google Plus will reduce age restriction to 13 after 31st July 2011

  1. Wagg says:

    Can you please send me a Google plus invitation…Urgent…

  2. John says:

    It’s already passed 7/31/2011 and the age limit thingy hasn’t change I’m 15!!

  3. Becca says:

    I’m over 13 and I put my birth year in and it won’t let me on. :((((((((.

  4. yea bro says:

    i have the same problem. it looks like they are only opening it to 18+ as a beta test of the security system and may be taking longer because of unexpected errors. This seems like it is a way of avoiding lawsuits, which doesnt seem like a google thing to do. Theyre not crazy about doing everything legally, as you saw with the china censoring event a few months ago.

  5. Cheryl says:

    excuse me but its NOvember 1st and I’m 16 and i still cant join google plus?

  6. tom holder says:

    its nearly december and they still haven’t changed a thing. I saw a g+ commercial last night and it reminded me so I went to check. its still the same thing.

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