Why do I need an invitation to use Google plus?

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It is hard to say that, it is easy or not for me to get access to Google plus. i tried to signup but it's said that signup is limited.my friend told me that it needs invitation to signup in Google plus. my question is why i need invitetion, facebook does not need any invitetion.

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Why do I need an invitation to use Google plus?

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Hi shiblucu It is one of the usual way of starting new services by such social forums and companies so it is un predictable to tell whether or not it is easy or not to get access of sign up you can ask to some of your friend who is already having one there or Google Invites occasionally you can avail that offer with not much of trouble and the sometimes you can’t get despite paying for acquiring the sign up invitation id. Google usually in rotation kept on opening and freezing its membership depends on your system capacity. Although Google is having a large network of multiple servers installed in the world…..

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Why do I need an invitation to use Google plus?

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At present you need a invtitation for using Google + because it is not open for all at this time.Google + now on in testing mode.When Google is open it for all over the world offcially then you can access google+ using your existing Google account.

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Why do I need an invitation to use Google plus?

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Currently in Beta test, "+ Google" has opened to a handful of lucky and fortunate that will wipe the plaster before the service is open to the public and therefore is WHY the access is still limited.

This is a link that can help you to get an invitation to "Google +" if you want :

Good news: More Google is currently being deployed. The social network should be available soon for everyone without invitation.

For those who have not received an invitation in the day, patience: you no longer need it very soon …;)

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